Popular Education Series

  The CHE has partnered up with CAMINA to host a series of events around popular education: Practicing Freedom – A Reading Group For the 50th anniversary of the publication of Paolo Freire’s Pedagogy of the Oppressed, we want to explore, celebrate & unravel its relevance for all kinds of practice. Opportunities for collective reflection […]

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The Work That Reconnects – Finding Hope When Dreams Have Shattered

The CHE will host a half day workshop consists of transformative group work based on the Work That Reconnects by Joanna Macy. Date: Sunday, 17th June, 12:30pm – 5pm Registration and welcome from 12:30, prompt start at 1pm. Location: The Boilerhouse in the Hidden Gardens,¬†Tramway, 25A Albert Dr, Glasgow G41 2PE Tickets: Brownpapertickets – ¬£20 […]

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How can we reconnect to place, rebuild community and reclaim our futures?

Residential Training and Skillshare on the Plan de Vida (Life Plan) of the Misak indigenous people of Colombia 4-7 May 2018 An Tearman, Isle of Bute LifeMosaic and the Centre for Human Ecology will host a residential training on Plan de Vida (Life Plan), a radical approach for communities to re-envision and take control of […]

Unbrexable: Connections and Caring in European Scotland

  Saturday 2nd Sept 2017 1000-1600 The Pearce Institute, 840-860 Govan Rd, Glasgow G51 3UU (near Govan underground station) UNBREXABLE is the Centre for Human Ecology’s active response to Brexit: a series of interventions and a conference on 2nd September, revolving around supporting and strengthening the kinds of emotional connections and caring- and grassroots European […]

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