Date: Sunday, 18th March 2018, 6.30-8.30pm
Location: The W OR M, 11 Castle Street, Aberdeen, AB11 5BQ
Presented by Peacock Visual Arts as part of W OR M / OPEN programme.
50 years ago Brazilian educator Paulo Freire published Pedagogy of the Oppressed, a book which would come to inspire an educational movement in the broadest sense not least in Scotland.
But what’s its relevance today? Together we want to explore, celebrate and unravel this text and it’s relevance for all kinds of practice today.
Throughout 2018, CAMINA (Critical and Alternative Methods & Ideas Network for Action) invites you to join them in reading Pedagogy of the Oppressed. Download the file below or get in touch with your local CAMINA organiser to get your hands on a hard copy. CAMINA have pledged to read the first chapter by the end of February and will be hosting discussion sessions in –
Aberdeen @ The WORM Castlegate
Wednesday the 28th of February 6:30-8:30pm
Edinburgh – TBC
Glasgow – TBC
Dundee – TBC
The event is free, however space is limited, so please book your place using the link below:
To find out more about CAMINA visit:
Download the reading material here: