4 results for tag: PAR

Facilitating within a PAR Framework

As we know, facilitation can open a space or shut it down. Whether at a meeting or discussion or in a classroom, how we facilitate is a critical part of, and integral to our organizing for justice. The more we think intentionally about our role as facilitators in different contexts, the more we can create the kinds of liberating spaces that help facilitate the meaningful organizing and spaces of reflection and analysis that we strive for. PARCEO's facilitator training on August 26th was a time of sharing and learning together among leaders and organizers within the many groups that participated. Thanks to El Museo for once again opening their ...

Connecting PAR to Community-based Work in the Middle East and North Africa

This past month PARCEO had the pleasure of hosting in New York the Maxwell School Leaders for Democracy Fellows from Syracuse University. The group consisted of 26 community leaders, activists, and professionals from 13 countries in the Middle East and North Africa. The two days together  began with a session facilitated by PARCEO establishing the framework of PAR and highlighting its application as a tool for creating sustained social change. Throughout the sessions, the fellows explored PAR and made connections to their work in a variety of sectors, including law, media, arts, medicine, and social work. The next day continued with engaging ...

PARCEO’s Community Symposium

Check out our new page on the Community Symposium hosted by PARCEO on  March 1, 2014.  Click HERE for a full overview and photos from this meaningful day!

PARCEO’s New Bibliography

Looking for some good reading or helpful resources?  Check out PARCEO's new bibliography!  We will continue to add to the list, so keep checking in.