Our life journeys are constant learning processes, regardless of age, educational attainments, class, gender, sexuality, care duties, different physical and mental abilities, colour, race, ethnicity, migration and citizenship status, faith and belief. We constantly learn from each other, and there is no one mastery of knowledge. Our educational and development programmes utilise learner-centred participatory approaches, through which we also co-learn and co-develop. Through our learner-centred approaches, we co-learn with the purpose of unravelling learners’ own internal power and agency, through mindfulness, consciousness and critical thinking. We deliver our formal and informal educational and development programmes through different mediums, including trainings, workshops, webinars/online trainings, mentorship, and lectures.

We cover a wide range of topics in our formal, informal and non-formal educational programmes, to different audiences and different levels of specialisation. Some of our topics can be offered as either Training of Trainers, or as guides to educators on the topics.

Our topics:

  • Advocacy and Communications
  • Changing Cultures through Language
  • Collective Care versus Self-Care
  • Community and Movement Building
  • Context and Gender Sensitive Language
  • Critical Race Theories in Praxis
  • Decolonial Research Practices
  • Decolonial Approaches to Organisations
  • Decolonising Minds and Institutions
  • Decolonising Our Bodies
  • Environmental Feminism
  • Feminisms: The Different Schools of Thought
  • Feminist Advocacy and Communications
  • Feminist Decision Making
  • Feminist Governance
  • Feminist Justice
  • Feminist Knowledge Production
  • Feminist Leadership
  • Feminist Movement Building
  • Gender Mainstreaming
  • Gender, Sexuality and the Body
  • Governance
  • Inclusion, Diversity and Safeguarding
  • Intersectional Approaches to Social Justice
  • Justice versus Human Rights Frameworks
  • Leadership
  • MEAL Framework
  • Oral History Research
  • Organisational Development
  • Political Participation
  • Project Management Cycle
  • Queer Theory in Praxis
  • Data Collection and Analysis Methods
  • Safeguarding and CRMs
  • Participatory Research Approaches
  • Participatory Training Approaches

All of our educational programmes integrate multiple disciplines, including:

  • Sociology,
  • Political sciences,
  • Sociolinguistics,
  • Psychology,
  • Social psychology,
  • History,
  • Intellectual history,
  • Human geography,
  • Indigenous and native studies and knowledges.