Public Policy and Advocacy

Literacy and Social Change: From a Women's Perspective Mi Shiknar: I Will Learn

Author: 
Samant, Ujwala
Date of publication: 
Mon, 1996-01-01

The demand for literacy by women from the Bombay slums, the reasons for this event, and an analysis of

Monitoring and Evaluation of ICT in Education Projects: A Handbook for Developing Countries

Author: 
Wagner, Daniel A.; Day, Bob; James, Tina; Kozma, Robert B.; Miller, Jonathan; Unwin, Tim
Date of publication: 
Sat, 2005-01-01

 

The overview provides the context for investment in ICT4E, which should ultimately contribute to the

education targets identifi ed in the Millennium Development Goals. It identifi es the need for a more credible

knowledge base to help policy makers more effectively choose from among ICT4E options, and it points to

Reflection on Freirean pedagogy and the transformation on rural Botswana

Author: 
Maruatona, Tonic
Date of publication: 
Mon, 1996-01-01

The article explores how the Freirean pedagogy can be employed to facilitate the transformation of rural Botswana. The
Freirean approach is a strategy that can be adopted for assisting underprivileged sections of any society to enhance their consciousness and bring about change in their lives. The historical development in Botswana is assessed and it is

Integrating Industry Resources and Community Development: A Vision for Development

Author: 
Frost, Sally Joy
Date of publication: 
Mon, 1996-01-01

The objective of this paper is to present a vision for the co-operation of Industry and Communities in the provision of Adult Basic Education and Training. This paper aims to present experiences gained within a workplace literacy program, and explore how these can be utilized in community development, to the benefit of both the Industry and Community involved.

Literacy Promotion and Soul Welfare Organization

Author: 
Ashraf, Mohammad N.
Date of publication: 
Mon, 1997-05-05

We are here to design or to check the possibility of designing new policies,

techniques, to share the wider range of experiences of community workers,

specialists, practitioners from all around the world; and then also make the

arrangements or try to arrange the imposition of these policies through

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