Nelson Mandela, leader of South Africa’s democracy and global icon of equality, has died at 95. The Nobel Peace Prize was ill for several months.
ESE:O's mission is to build capacity in democratic literacy in the global South by promoting the production and dissemination of local knowledge according to international standards.
Capacity building for the writing and publication of academic articles in peer-reviewed international journals among junior scholars and teachers.Read More
ESE:O develops new approaches to teaching and learning through capacity building in “democratic literacy” and Literacy for Life.Read More
Democratic literacy is about the capacity to be heard, seen and recognized with respect as a legitimate human being and dignified member of society.Read More
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ESE:O works with historically excluded communities in order to find ways to strengthen diversity in the public sphere.Read More
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A facilitator of ESE:O’s activities with CARTA, participated in Nairobi in a workshop on scientific writing
Sebastian Brett, a facilitator of ESE:O’s activities with CARTA, participated in Nairobi, Kenya, in a workshop on scientific writing organized by the African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC) for its African Doctoral Dissertation Research F