PLA 52: General Issue
This edition of Participatory Learning and Action is a general issue, and includes articles from practitioners around the world.
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Editors: Nicole Kenton, Angela Milligan and Holly Ashley
This edition of Participatory Learning and Action is a general issue which features a wide range of articles from practitioners, including:
- developing paralegal extension services in Cameroon
- using PRA with disabled people to promote social inclusion in India
- management innovations in government agricultural extension services in Namibia
- participatory land use planning processes with land reform groups in South Africa
- raising awareness of vulnerability to HIV/AIDS with Maasai communities in Tanzania
- supporting village-level projects with a conservation programme in Tibet
- involving children in municipal planning in Turkey
- community-based planning for a road improvement scheme in the UK
This issue also includes a selection of five extracts from Robert Chamber's new book ‘Ideas for Development’ published by Earthscan Ltd. Training tips include Reflect approaches to numeracy and running participatory photographic workshops.
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Working towards inclusion: experiences with disability and PRA
Alice Morris, Geeta Sharma, and Deepa Sonpal
Paralegal extension in North-West Cameroon
Nuhu Salihu and Sam Hickey
Participatory management in public extension services
Promoting renewable energy in Tibet
Land reform and participation in South Africa
Activities for ABC
Space and time for critical reflection and change
Cowley Road Matters: community transport and road design
In search of deeper training, learning, and change
Tips for Trainers
`Other Oxford ': Participatory photography with homeless people in Oxford
Josh Brewer and Matthew Winpenny
Reflect training: numeracy