This collection of essays challenges us to move trade union education forward through new theory and examples of best practice.
Intro Title Page Copyright Contents Introduction Notes from the editor Section One: Key concepts and historical development Introduction to Section One 1. What do we mean by 'trade union education'? 2. Key concepts in popular education 3. History and context of UK trade union education 4. The development of popular informal and community education, and youth and community work in the UK Section Two: Contexts and challenges Introduction to Section Two 5. Social movement unionism in New Zealand and the UK: the need for contextualized engagement 6. Backstory: a Unite approach to political education 7. The future of community education: what role for trade unions in promoting the co-production of knowledge and culture and supporting democratic institutionalization? 8. Reconnecting trade union education, politics and self-reliance Section Three: Implementing critical education in the classroom and beyond Introduction to Section Three 9. Seeing education in everything we do 10. Getting it right and mixing it up: practical ideas for helping learners to get the best out of the education we provide 11. Responding to social-movement trade unionism within education 12. General Federation of Trade Unions youth festivals: critical education in action 13. Popular education in practice: a case study of radical educational praxis in a contemporary UK university 14. The Northern College: social-purpose mission and pedagogy Section Four: Learning from the world Introduction to Section Four 15. A comet in the night: Julio Antonio Mella and the genesis of popular education in Cuba 16. Learning from Latin America: experiences of training in ESNA About the authors Acknowledgements References Reading and resources Index.
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