An Educational-innovation Experience in Chile Incorporating the Andean People’s Socioenvironmental Knowledge
Charter of Human Responsibilities: a tool to build up an alternative society
News from the Charter in Bolivia
Notas para la Reflexión de las Responsabilidades frente a la Integración Latino-Americana
On the Road to a Citizens Assembly - Chile, May 2007
On the Road to a Regional Citizens Assembly in 2010
Why is the Bolivarian victory a perfect storm?
World Governance of Ressentiment
Education and Cultural Diversity: Lessons from Innovative Practices in Latin America
The book, which is the second volume of the Collection “Innovemos,” is the result of the analysis of and reflection upon a series of innovative experiences in several Latin American countries that address the cultural context of students with educational relevancy and offer an education oriented toward knowledge, understanding, and dialog among different cultures.
The contribution of the experiences lies in the recognition and value given to students’ and communities’ ethnic and cultural diversity as a starting point for the development of new learning and the affirmation of identity.
The book was written by Carolina Hirmas, a professional of the Latin American and Caribbean Educational Innovation Network. The network is part of UNESCO’s Regional Education Office for Latin America and the Caribbean.