Posts Categorized: Violence and Conflict

‘Violence is everywhere’ & ‘what we live with everyday isn’t right’: a visual blog of creative story-based participatory methods to build accountability

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by Nava Derakhshani and Joanna Wheeler Background to creative story-based participatory methods to build accountability SLF has been conducting an action-learning pilot in Delft, a township in Cape Town, for the past 10 months. We worked with an action learning set called the Delft Safety Group, made up of about 15 loosely organised and concerned citizens from […]

Reflecting back upon the PPSC team’s activities in 2011

Posted by & filed under Citizenship, CLTS, Gender and Sexualities, Participatory Media, Participatory Methodologies, Unruly Politics, Violence and Conflict.

Danny Burns As 2012 begins, I want to take this opportunity to wish you a happy (and stress free) New Year. In this blog I want to talk offer a few flavours of things that members of the team have been working on; others you will see from recent contributions to the blog; more will […]