Political education is needed now more than ever - to politicise and mobilise, to deepen our analysis, to bridge divisions, and to truly transform our world. But how can we think more strategically about political education to meet the many challenges we face?
Hear from inspiring educators, activists and thinkers who are involved in innovative political education work across the UK and beyond, before moving into a workshop where we’ll explore concrete strategies for creating stronger cultures and practices of political education across the left.
Stiofán Ó Nualláin works for Trademark Belfast, a trade union based organisation focused on political education, alternative economics and post-conflict transformation
Janna is a practice-based researcher currently working at Goldsmiths College. She has worked in the field of the curatorial for nearly twenty years, and is a key figure in what has been termed ‘the educational turn’ in curating. Janna has developed exhibitions, residencies, research and writing at the intersection of art and contemporary social urgencies including the struggles around migration, gentrification, education, anti-racism and indigeneity