From religious leaders in the rainforests of Thailand to marginalized minorities in the US, George Lakey has some lessons about transforming power-relations.
is Director of Training for Change, a nongovernmental centre based in a Philadelphia neighbourhood. Since 1992 TfC trainers have travelled to 14 countries on more than 50 training trips and led 500 workshops for over 10,000 activists. TfC's pedagogy builds on the work of Paolo Freire and other popular educators.
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