Join us for a two-hour Robert Chambers-inspired taster workshop to explore the potential of participatory methods for decolonising development practice.
Using methods from Robert Chambers workshops, we will work together to uncover and reflect on how participation can challenge entrenched social hierarchies to create good change.
There will be no speakers. Instead there will be workshop facilitators, who are:
- Jo Howard, Participation, Inclusion and Social Change Cluster, IDS
- Rosie McGee, Power and Popular Politics Cluster, IDS
- Juliet Millican, IDS Associate
- Ruhil Iyer, Participation, Inclusion and Social Change Cluster and Sanitation Learning Hub, IDS
- Mariah Cannon, Participation, Inclusion and Social Change Cluster, IDS
This is primarily for students and staff of IDS and Global Studies.
This is an in-person event only, if you sign-up then you must attend for the full two-hours. Due to current Covid-19 rules, places are limited to 50 people.