Popular Education Tool Kit is a collection of activities, dinamics, games, workshop ideas, etc. submitted by participants in the Jefferson Center’s Popular Education Conference 2004. Contributors to this tool kit are using popular education in a variety of settings and with diverse communities. We hope that their ideas and suggestions will be useful to you in your own work, sparking new ideas as to how to adapt each activity to your community’s own reality and coming up with new ones all together!
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