The World We Want: Creating a New Architecture of Knowledge
In this article, Budd Hall, University of Victoria (Canada) Chan Lean Heng, Universiti Sains Malaysia and Rajesh Tandon, Society for Participatory Research, (India) highlight the importance of community-university research partnerships and present the philosophy and activities of the Global Alliance for Community Engaged Research.
About the author
Budd Lionel Hall is the director of the Office of Community-Based Research and a senior fellow at the Centre for Global Studies at the University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. His work in higher education administration and lifelong learning research has included roles as dean of a faculty of education, chair of a department of adult education, and secretary-general of the International Council for Adult Education. He has written on participatory research, learning and social movements, adult education and international development, and higher education reform. He is the author of the Mumbai Statement of Lifelong Learning, Higher Education and Active Citizenship. He participated in the UNESCO World Conference on Higher Education. He is also a poet.
Tuesday, February 23, 2010