You are invited to our first Practising Freedom reading group meetings in
Edinburgh, Aberdeen and online (Glasgow coming soon).50 years ago Brazilian educator Paolo Freire published Pedagogy of the Oppressed, a book which would inspire educators worldwide to reclaim education as a means for critical transformation, creating an educational movement in the broadest sense - not least in Scotland.
But what’s its relevance today?
Together we want to explore, celebrate & unravel this text and it’s relevance for all kinds of practice.
Tuesday 27th February 5 - 7pm
@ Serenity Cafe,
The Tun, 8 Chrichton Pl, EH8 8PJ
Wednesday the 28th of February 6:30-8:30pm
@ The WORM Castlegate,
11 Castle Street, AB11 5BQ
7th March - 1.15 - 2.30pm
email firstname.lastname@example.org for a space
Why a reading group?
This will be an opportunity to come together and discuss chapter 1 of Pedagogy of the Oppressed, what our questions are and how it's relevant (or not) to our experiences and practice today.
Please contact us at email@example.com to tell us you're coming.
You can access Pedagogy of the Oppressed as a PDF, or online as an audio recording.
For more details click here.
If you have any questions or concerns about finding or accessing the venue or the structure of the event please get in touch. We are aware that there are some access limitations with these venues and if this is a concern would ask you to get in touch to discuss these and explore options.
These will be the first of a number of Pedagogy of the Oppressed inspired events so keep in touch:
Whats going on?
This is where we will keep you up-to-date with the project as well as sharing regular insights/findings/resources.
Check out upcoming events here: