COMMUNITY WORK – Popular Education
We follow the principles of Popular Education in all of our community work. This aims to empower people who are socially and politically marginalised to take control of their own lives and to effect change.
We follow an action/reflection/action process starting with people’s own experiences. A collective effort, with a high degree of participation, is expected from everybody. Participants are empowered to work on, and bring about change, on the problems that affect them.
Relationships between facilitators and participants are horizontal and processes respond to the needs and aspirations expressed by the groups.
We embrace diversity. Social justice, equality and inclusion are at the heart of all of our work.