Radical Community Work Journal

The Journal provides a forum for exploring, sharing and discussing practice from a variety of global perspectives.

 

Radical practice can mean a variety of things and we want to explore as diverse range of ideas, approaches, methods and experiences as possible. For example it could include experiences from community organising in the USA or elsewhere, Freirean or popular education practice from Asia, Africa or Latin America, new models of living and working as a response to austerity in western countries, developing social movements in the global south, a theoretical discussion of new ways of working or conceptualizing practice, or simply the experience in your community that adds something new. 

 

The uniting theme in all these examples would be that the subject under discussion is committed to and/or tells us something about the possibility of social change, leads to the empowerment of individuals, develops critical awareness of the modern world, or enables a shift in the balance of power to the disadvantaged.

Announcements

 

Our friends at Whanake have just published a new issue

 
Whanake: The Pacific Journal of Community Development is a bi-annual digital journal for practitioners and academics who love community development

Find the new issue here

 
Posted: 2018-12-21
 

Concept Vol 9, No3, Special Anniversary Issue: Pedagogy of the Oppressed

 

Here is the latest issue from our friends at Concept Magazine which celebrates the 50th anniversary of Freire's, Pedagogy of the Oppressed

http://concept.lib.ed.ac.uk/article/view/2849 

 
Posted: 2018-12-05
 
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Vol 3, No 2 (2018): Voices from the field:a snapshot of practice


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