Chapter 3.4: Using a Freirean Approach with in the Global Youth Solutions Programme

  • Yasmeen Ali
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Abstract

This paper will explore the Freirean approach adopted within the Global Youth Solutions programme at the University of Central Lancashire by identifying which aspects of the programme that allow the facilitators to act for change through critical thinking. It will also look at the whether or not the programme provides the participants an opportunity to break away from the ‘culture of silence.’

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Yasmeen Ali
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  1. 1.University of Central LancashirePrestonUK

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