Building Partnerships with Mayors: Opportunities for HEIsby UNESCO Chair |
East Asia hosted two very interesting conferences during the past four weeks. The first was held in Beijing in October entitled “International Conference on Learning Cities”, co-hosted by UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning, Hamburg. The second, last week, was held in Hong Kong SAR, entitled “Cities Learning Together”, co-hosted by Pascal International Laboratories. The focus […]
Big Tent V Declarationby UNESCO Chair |
Learning to Build Inclusive Cities with the joint-effort of community, city government and higher education Since 2010, several regional and international networks promoting community engagement in higher education have been periodically preparing together collective statements of shared vision on a specific theme. This declaration is co-produced by Global Alliance for Community-based Research (GACER), Asia Pacific […]
Video Presentation by Budd Hall on Principles of Community-Based Researchby UNESCO Chair |
When Budd was in Galway as a guest of the National University of Ireland in Galway some months ago, a video was made of his talk including his powerpoint slides on the principles of Community-Based Research. Please feel free to use this anyway you wish including grabbing some of the slides for your own presentations.
Reflections on Afrikan Indigenous Knowledge: Work of Paulo Wangoolaby UNESCO Chair |
Paulo Wangoola is the founding Nabyama or President of the Mpambo Afrikan Multiversity, a higher education research institute for the revitalization and promotion of mother-tongue Afrikan scholarship. Based near the source of the River Nile in Busoga Kingdom of Uganda, Wangoola has been working closely with a team of deep thinkers trained in Indigenous ways […]