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`Naming the Moment' A participatory process of political analysis for action
Document begins: `Naming the Moment' 19 A participatory process of political analysis for action Chris Cavanagh Introduction including drawing, and popular theatre and storytelling, allows for relationships that resist the tricky ways in which Practitioners of participatory and emancipatory methods of people and groups have been trained to often collude in education in Canada owe a debt to the struggles of people their own oppression. in `Southern' nations who have resisted and who continue to resist the many forms of oppression that sustain the global Naming the Moment advocates and necessitates alliances inequalities of wealth and power. A principle source of across many sectors (from labour to community to inspiration for these practitioners has been the abundance of academia) and between different social movements. It is popular education methods (e.g. Freirian literacy techniques, a multi-cropping practice of story-sharing, skills building community animation and training methods, popular theatre and democratic dialogue that is simultaneously theory skills and much more) and theories that find their genesis in and practice. third world liberation struggles. The now out-of-print book Naming the Moment: Political As with much else in popular education, Paulo Freire's Analysis for Action (Jesuit Centre for Social Faith & Justice, philosophical and pedagogical ...