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David Week responds to Eva Maria Jernsand’s article: Engagement as transformation

If philosophy is the activity of interrogating the question “how shall I live,” politics is the process of interrogating the question “How shall we live (together).” In this article, the engaged PAR process is described as “learning,” but I see it equally as the political process: “engagement as transformation” describes a process which brings stakeholders […]


Engagement as transformation: Learnings from a tourism development project in Dunga by Lake Victoria, Kenya

Participatory tourism development projects are considered effective and democratic since they engage people in interactive learning processes that change individuals and societies. In order to be transformative, a relational and social process must be achieved, which challenges prior knowledge and beliefs. The purpose of this article is to explore engagement as a transformative feature of […]