If you want to be part of the Barefoot Guide 4 Write-shop Conference please download the Brochure and Expression of Interest form. (make sure you enable editing before filling it in)
In a Nutshell... From 16 to 20 September 2013, 60 social change leaders and practitioners, from around the world, will gather for a 5-day “Writeshop Conference” to collaboratively complete the Barefoot Guide 4 ...
We are thrilled to announce the publication of the KiSwahili translation of the "Barefoot Guide to Working with Organisations and Social Change". Thanks to Edna Chilimo and her team for the excellant translation work and also to Lizet Verwoerd for voluntarily laying it out. We will be publishing the BFG2 in Swahili in the course of this year.
The translation can be downloaded here...
Barefoot Guide 4 – Exploring the Real Work of Social Change
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The next Barefoot Guide will be Barefoot Guide 4 – Exploring the Real Work of Social Change. It will look in depth at social change approaches and practices that are inclusive, co-creative and holistic, that bring diverse actors together (like community, government and business), enabling those who have been...
What is more valuable than gold? Light. What is more precious than light? Conversation.
—J.W. von Goethe
This exercise presents a creative way to help people to develop a deeper meaning and understanding of communication and to tackle some of the communication issues they may have between them.
Sometimes a good debate is better than a dialogue, especially when you want to test ideas and plans.
These guidelines provide the debaters with a strong structure to analyse the real nature of a problem, whether the plans will contribute to the solving of the problems and if they are realistic and finally, what the side effects are.
تلقينا الترجمة العربية للدليل بيرفوت 1 ويبحثون عن الرسامين لتطوير الصور التي هي أكثر ملاءمة لثقافات الشرق الأوسط. الرجاء مساعدتنا.
الملف يمكن تحميلها من هذا هنا.
We have an Arabic version of the BFG 1 and need illustrators to develop images more appropriate to the cultures of the Middle East.