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The Social Context of Adult Learning in Africa

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The remedial strategy of borrowing text- books conceived in contexts of and for students from developed countries with well-established traditions of adult edu-cation is no longer viable.

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Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia National Report on the Development and State of the Art of Adult Learning and Education (ALE)

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Ethiopia is an ancient country, with a long history of independence. The country has mosaic of people and diverse cultures. It is situated between 3 ̊ 14’ N latitude and 33 ̊ 48’ E Longitude in the Horn of Africa and shares borders with Eritrea, Djibouti, Kenya, Somalia and Sudan.

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Power, participation and the process of curriculum making

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This article is a reflection on the notion of curriculum based on the work of the Community Education Programme. It emerges from on-going thinking within the CEP about our work and is an attempt to surface and investigate how some of our assumptions about curriculum making have translated in the messy business of developing a non-formal community education programme.

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Some conceptual tools for reimagining community education

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Our research question was: How can public adult learning centres be transformed to offer learning opportunities throughout life that play a role in youth and adults organising themselves to work together, to provide social support, build unity, claim their rights, develop their community and transform society?

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Workbook for community gardening groups

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As community educators working on gardening projects in Port Elizabeth we see the truth of Tracy Ledger’s statement because of very difficult economic circumstances in our communities.