Concept <p>The Journal of Contemporary Community Education Practice Theory. Concept offers a lively independent forum for critical debate and exchange of ideas in contemporary Community Education. Community Education is seen in the broadest sense to include community work, adult education and youth work and takes place in a range of settings and agencies. We see the concept of community education as dynamic and diverse and do not seek to reflect a fixed view.</p> en-US <p><img src="//" alt="Creative Commons License"> <br> This is an Open Access journal. All material is licensed under a <a href="">Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0)</a> licence, unless otherwise stated.<br>Please read our <a href="/about/policies#openAccessPolicy">Open Access, Copyright and Permissions policies</a> for more information.</p> (Stuart Moir) (Library Learning Services, University of Edinburgh) Wed, 05 Dec 2018 00:00:00 +0000 OJS 60 Special Anniversary Issue: Pedagogy of the Oppressed <p>This is a special issue of CONCEPT journal celebrating the 50<sup>th</sup> anniversary of the publication of Paulo Freire’s <em>Pedagogy of the Oppressed</em>. We regard the Special Issue as a fitting tribute from a range of distinctive voices to perhaps one of the most distinctive, compelling and (still) contemporary voices in popular education.&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Contents</strong></p> <p><strong>Editorial - </strong>Mel Aitken &amp; Mae Shaw</p> <p><strong>Why Freire Still Matters - </strong>Jim Crowther/Ian Martin</p> <p><strong>Reclaiming the radical agenda: Paulo Freire in Neoliberal Times</strong> - Margaret Ledwith</p> <p><strong>A Northeastern Brazilian</strong>: &nbsp;M<strong>emories of Paulo Freire - </strong>Budd L Hall</p> <p><strong>The Road Not Taken: The Road Still Open - </strong>Colin &amp; Gerri Kirkwood</p> <p><strong>What Freire Means to Me - </strong>Lyn Tett, Louise Sheridan &amp; Christina McMellon</p> <p><strong>POTO and the Power of Big Words - </strong>CAMINA</p> <p><strong>Pedagogy of Courage - </strong>Joel Lazarus</p> <p><strong>Freire at the Ceilidh - </strong>Stan Reeves</p> <p><strong>Why Gramsci offers us a framework for understanding the work of Freire - </strong>Keith Popple&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>In solidarity: international reflections;</strong></p> <ul> <li>Freire at the University of Seville - Emilio Lucio-Villeg</li> <li>Reflections on Pop Ed in Latin America and the Caribbean - Viviana Cruz McDougall</li> <li>A message of solidarity from South Africa - Astrid von Kotze</li> </ul> <p><strong>Review: A Student Guide to POTO - </strong>Bill Johnston</p> Mel Aitken, Mae Shaw ##submission.copyrightStatement## Thu, 15 Nov 2018 00:00:00 +0000