Supported by the Barry Amiel and Norman Melburn Trust, we've produced a report on political education. It asks: What forms of political education are up to the huge task ahead of us? Who should it be for? What should the content be? What kinds of pedagogies are necessary? Where should it take place, who should organise it and how should it be funded? What conditions are needed to nurture this kind of education? And what should its relationship be to the wider organising strategies of social movements and institutions of the left?
The aim of this research is to share learning that might strengthen the culture of transformative political education in Britain and Ireland through engaging with some of these questions.