This book constitutes one of a number of activities completed as part of a collaboration between the UNESCO Institute for Education (Hamburg) and the German Foundation for International Development (DSE), whose objective was to gain a better understanding of innovative educational practices in countries in the South or countries with an economically and socially disadvantaged population. A three-year research programme analysed a series of non-formal educational programmes for adults in selected countries in Africa, Latin America, Asia and Canada, using an inclusive approach that viewed the main actors involved in these programmes as researchers of their realities on the ground. The resulting case studies allowed further analysis of themes common to the vast majority of the selected programmes, such as the role of teaching, gender issues, relations between the various groups and institutions involved in the programme, as well as the ways in which a programme responded to the concrete needs of a particular group of people within a given context.
Download: Hacia una pedagogía de género: experiencias y conceptos innovativas (Towards a System of Gender Pedagogy: Experiences and Innovative Concepts) (PDF 16.9 MB)
- Author/Editor: Büttner; Thomas; Jung; Ingrid; King; Linda
Hacia una pedagogía de género: experiencias y conceptos innovativas (Towards a System of Gender Pedagogy: Experiences and Innovative Concepts)
- German Foundation for International Development; UIE - 1997
- Available in: Spanish