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"For Earth's Sake" - 'Life Teacher' Learning Series I

(Apologies for cross posting)



Samanvaya Knowledge Trust is happy to announce the 'Life Teacher' Learning programme series for teachers and parents who care, and want to go that extra mile for facilitating true learning and happy learning environments. This programme has come as a result of two factors - one being our interaction with those whom we call Life Teachers, who teach through life, for life, beyond everything else; and the other, our discussions with parents and teachers in several formal and informal groups.

Discussions with parents and teachers have brought out a persistent issue and need for a broader macro-level understanding of the changes around us, be it in environment, education, social trends and so on, and how these fit into our everyday actions, especially interactions with children, either through formal educational processes or parenting. Such a need also includes certain skills and tools that would perhaps open creative channels and facilitate an empathet…

Samanvaya Knowledge Trust

Samanvaya Knowledge Trust
In pursuit of true and natural learning

Many of the well-wishers and friends of Samanvaya know of recent developments at Samanvaya through informal conversations and discussions. An official announcement has been pending.

The idea of Samanvaya Knowledge Trust has been in the scheme of things for some time now. After a decade of managing both, consulting work as well as our own close-to-heart initiatives under the same banner, we have brought these two domains under independent entities now, Samanvaya Consulting and Samanvaya Knowledge Trust. All the education, learning and knowledge initiatives will be organised as activities of the Trust over a period of time.

Please visit the Trust webpage for more details.

Multiversity Conference at Penang, Malaysia

Ram was at Penang, Malaysia between the 10th and 17th of July attending the Multiversity Conference, Trustee meeting ad a series of planning meetings along with the Coorinator of Multiversity, Dr. Claude Alvares of Other India Books Goa.
The visit was at the invitation of Mr. Md. Idris, Chairperson, CAP and Third World Network, who also is the Chairperson for the Multiversity. A report on the meetings and plans have been made in the online website / group of Multiversity (www.multiworld.org).
Look out for a few new titles in the Multiversity Library www.multiversitylibrary.com.