Study Circles for Social Change Programme
Study circles enable small groups of participants to learn together, and from each other, about how to advance their interests and needs using a democratic, interactive and participatory method of education. Study circles of grassroots leaders in trade unions and community organisations are essential for building vibrant democratic organisations with an active membership.
IFWEA supports affiliates to develop a study circle programme through training and mentoring study circle facilitators to build confidence, encourage critical thinking and promote active participation. The programme also supports online interaction between study circle facilitators in different countries to share experiences on curricula, materials and pedagogy of study circles and build a global knowledge community.
- Share your study circle curricula, materials and methods and meet up with study circle facilitators from other organisations by joining the IFWEA – Study Circles for Social Change community on Facebook here
- Promote study circles in your organisation through running the various courses available on the IFWEA online labour academy – click here for OLA and contact the IFWEA secretariat for support with this: email firstname.lastname@example.org
- To find out more about study circles:
Study Circles Facilitators Training Workshops
- Launch of study circles
- Community care workers’ study circle
- Solidarity Exchange – South Africa and Sweden
NEPAL – INDIA
CLASS NEPAL’s Educator Goma Pandey facilities Women Leadership Course in Nepal, run by SEWA in India – using the Online Labour Academy (OLA).