This ‘library’ is very much work in progress as details about popular education practices, past and present are filled in.

Many documents, visual records, narratives and artifacts from the past are part of personal collections. They exist in stories and reminiscences, fragments of paper and recordings on now-outdated cellular strips – but not in archives!

We invite you to contribute by sending information so we can collectively build deeper understandings of what happens when people get together to learn and teach each other – working towards alternatives: a better life and world for all.

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