World Congress 2010 - Program

Eighth ALARA World Congress 2010
Participatory Action Research and Action Learning
Appreciating our Pasts, Comprehending our Presents
Prefiguring our Futures

Congress Program: the overall flow of conversations                                                       To WC Home Page        

DAY 1: The origins of AL, AR and PAR: Whose shoulders are we standing on?

What are our legacies, sources, historical, philosophical, practical, areas of application? Day One offers opportunities to converse about and better appreciate the foundations of the various participatory and action-based approaches to learning, researching, social change, organisational change, community and international development, welfare and health, the ecology, working with certain groups of people. What can we learn from the elders in our various movements? How can we maintain and emulate the spirit of those who were then brave enough to try and make a difference, with such vigour and effect?

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