This is the introduction trailer to the Enlivened Learning project and upcoming series of films on exciting alternative places of higher education around the world emerging from social/ecological movements and indigenous communities. The Enlivened Learning project is a journey of to discover and explore these very questions – and, to learn from and document the silent
Re-learning the Land is the story of a Blackfoot community in southern Alberta, Canada, and how they have re-taken control of their education system within Red Crow Community College. The film traces the decolonization of their learning and the development of an innovative program, Kainai Studies, within Red Crow College, the same site as a former
The Western Peasant School (Escuela Campesina de Occidente) in Mexico, is a school otherwise. In this video, we’ll know about its methodology and work through the voices of its collaborators and participants, people from the countryside, the coast, the mountains, and the city, that share knowledges ‘peasant to peasant’.
UMA is a learning community which promotes a transformation towards a sustainable, ethical and regenerative society. It supports change-makers and their transformative initiatives. Duration: 6:25 minutes Country: Mexico (Language: Spanish) Produced by: UMA