Introduction to the OSDE methodology. Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice School of Politics and International Relations The University of Nottingham. OSDE: International educational initiative initially funded by DFID
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Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice School of Politics and International Relations The University of Nottingham
MANAGEMENT & DEVELOPMENT
REFLEXIVE PRACTICE & ‘TRAINING’
All knowledge can be questioned
Everyone brings valid knowledge into the space
OSDE SAFE SPACE PRINCIPLES
HE & Teacher Ed.
Critical engagement with DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES
Simulation of DECISION MAKING
Choice of KEY QUESTION for GROUP DISCUSSION
Focus on the construction ofDOMINANT PERSPECTIVES
HE & Teacher Ed.
Not the search for one absolute (non-biased/neutral) interpretation of reality, but…
Where is this leading to?
Where is this coming from?
…the examination of origins and implications of assumptions (perspectives/lenses/discourses)
All perspectives are relative, therefore I cannot question or criticise any culture
My perspective is universally right, others are simply wrong, everyone should think like me
NO ONE CAN INTERVENE
CRITICAL LITERACY: critical engagement with own perspectives and the perspectives of others
Freedom of thought
Freedom of action
Law, S (2006) War for children’s minds
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