Dreaming of New Horizons: Unaccompanied Children and the Common Third

12/12/2018

By Jameel Hadi   Every child is an explorer, blessed with the urge to wanderlust. Show the child various ways of navigation, weather-sense, boat-building and sailing. Help the child build a small shipping vessel and test it together to the open sea. Teach him how to fish. Now, let the shipping vessel start its journey […]

UCLan BA Social Pedagogy, Advocacy and Participation trip to Berlin

27/06/2018

As the saying goes ‘travel broadens the mind’ and the opportunity for students to go on overseas trips is a good way of helping with this.  Here at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) we recognise the value for us all in being able to visit social pedagogical projects outside of the UK and the […]

An introduction to social pedagogy for those working with older people in Leicester

26/06/2018

Maggie Kuhn, leader of the Grey Panthers in the US in the 1980s, suggested the young and the old had much in common. Both were marginalised. Both were relatively poor. Both were in tension with the middle generation. Both were on drugs, but with different pushers. Karen Chouhan is Senior Area Education Manager for the […]

SPPA update – March 2018

16/05/2018

Every month, we want to provide you with an update of our activities. They will complement our bi-monthly newsletters and will arrive in your inbox on the final Friday of the month.  So, what’s been happening this month at SPPA? SPPA has begun accepting renewals of Founding Memberships. To do this, please follow these steps: Visit […]

SPPA update – January 2018

05/03/2018

Every month, we want to provide you with an update of our activities. They will complement our bi-monthly newsletters and will arrive in your inbox on the final Friday of the month.  So, what’s been happening this month at SPPA? Events Prof. Claire Cameron, CEO of SPPA, has continued to plan events with members of SPPA […]

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