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Including Migrants through Organisational Development and Programme Planning in Adult Education Ireland is no stranger to waves of migration, spanning 5,000 years, from the first documented migrants arriving on the shores of the North Mayo Ceide Fields to the recent wave of Ukranian refugees. Following the second world war in 1946, Operation Shamrock, in the […]
Recovery, Education and Capability This was the first seminar to be held in Maynooth University since 2019, and I could certainly identify with and echo the words of Dr Derek Barter, that this event was an antidote to the fear we have been feeling over the last 2 years. The sense that some fragment of […]
Professor Anne Ryan writes about our involvement with colleagues in Malawi and Zambia since 2008 in the Transformative Engagement Network to address issues of climate justice from the standpoint of smallholder farmers. I need to wind the clock back more than a few decades to set the scene for this project… I first went to […]
Mondays mean Maynooth and mine starts at 5.15 a.m. I force myself out of bed and if my legs aren’t that inclined to work, I pull into my wheelchair and push myself down to the kitchen. I tell Sowdee to ‘get her thing’ namely the leash. She does her happy dance and we find ourselves […]
Our team in the Department of Adult Education are involved in a European Commission funded project called SMILE which we’d like to give you an overview. It is building on previous work that we’ve been involved in to support greater diversity and inclusion in education across Europe. The project is led by eucen, the European […]
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