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PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988-2001 1 PRA training in universities: some thoughts prompted by a recent workshop in Canada
Document begins: PLA Notes CD-ROM 19882001 1 PRA training in universities: some thoughts prompted by a recent workshop in Canada Andy Inglis and Janice Jiggins · participants' identity; Introduction · participant maturity in relation to diversity of goals; The workshop was run on a fee-paying basis · emotional baggage; every day for ten days, with 13 participants · the lack of university staff as workshop (eight women) and two facilitators. Six of the participants; participants were full or part-time students · logistics; and, (undergraduates and graduates) from · placements. university schools of Rural Planning and Development, Rural Extension Studies, or Participants' identity Landscape Architecture. The remainder were in professional work related to rural or urban Though the student participants were all adults development in Canada or overseas. One of us in their early twenties upwards and mostly had previously conducted PRA training in the already had experienced professional and adult field and in development agencies, and the domestic roles, they were treated in the other mainly in academic institutions in the university as juniors, to be directed and guided Netherlands and Canada (but not in a course intellectually, with low status in the academic which brought together students and non- ...