ERIC Number: ED337607
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1990
Reference Count: 0
Voices Rising: A Bulletin about Women and Popular Education. Volumes 1-4. 1987-1990.
Voices Rising: A Bulletin about Women and Popular Education, v1-4 1987-1990
This document consists of the six issues of the serial "Voices Rising" issued during the four-year period 1987-1990. "Voices Rising" is the primary networking tool of the Women's Program of the International Council for Adult Education (ICAE). Articles in these issues include: "Tribute to a Courageous Woman--Nabila Breir"; "Centre for Women's Resources: Building the Filipino Women's Movement"; "Micro-Chip Technology: Its Impact on Women Workers"; "ICEA: Popular Education in Quebec"; "The Feminist Challenge to Adult Education: Highlights of a Seminar"; "Feminism and Popular Education"; "Jamaica: Building Democratic Organizations"; "Lebanon: Supporting Women's Daily Struggles"; "Reaching Women: An Informal Workshop on 'Media'"; "Strengthening Grassroots Solidarity: An Informal Workshop"; "Update on the Women's Program"; "Issues in Literacy in the Urban U.S."; "Building a Women's Centre: Gregoria Apaza Centre for the Promotion of Women"; "Consolidating Voices of Mindanao Women"; "Building Leadership, Building the Movement"; "Our Identity: Feminism and Popular Education"; "Leadership and Women in International Adult Education"; "Strategic Contradictions: Organizational Democracy and Dependence on International Aid"; "Growing Pains: Reflections on the History of Flora Tristan, Peru"; "Summing Up: Common Threads"; "Moving On: ICAE Harare Meetings"; "Zimbabwe: Producing a Popular Text"; "Mali: The Fight Is Ours"; "South Africa: Making Our Voices Heard"; "Refugee Women in Canada"; "Leadership Training and Consciousness Raising among Chicana Workers in the U.S.";"Literacy--A Tool for Empowerment of Women?"; "Khulumani Makhosikazi: Women and Literacy"; "Tomorrow Will Be Different: A Literacy Course for Women"; "Keeping the Circle Strong: Native Women's Resource Centre, Toronto, Canada"; "On the Training of Tutors for Women's Literacy"; "Expanding the 'Generative Word' Process: Women's Iron Will, Haiti"; "Publishing Women's Stories"; "Developing Reading and Writing Skills"; "A Literacy Kit for Peasant Women in Mexico"; "1990 International Literacy Year: Agenda, Comments, Challenges"; "Five Challenges to Women's Literacy"; "Deepening the Issues and Objectives of ILY"; "Sobering Thoughts: Literacy for What?"; "Activating the Network"; "Gender and Popular Education"; "Developing a Balance between Introspection and Action"; "Women, Literacy, and Education in Africa"; "A Critical Moment for Women Educators"; "Fighting Repression, Building Democracy"; "After the Decade: Trends in Funding to Women's Organizations"; "Playing the Funding Game"; "Exploring the Alternatives to State Funding in Canada"; "Questioning Official Development Assistance in the Philippines"; "Literacy: The Critique from Below"; "Battered Women: Breaking the Cycle"; "Self-Help Groups: Working towards an End to Domestic Violence"; "Knowing Our Rights, Defending Our Integrity"; "Norma Virginia Guirola de Herrera: Her Example Lives On"; "The Asian Women's Human Rights Commission"; "The International Sex Trade"; and "Oka Is All of Us." (YLB)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Adult Literacy, Battered Women, Consciousness Raising, Developing Nations, Economic Development, Employed Women, Females, Feminism, Financial Support, Foreign Countries, Illiteracy, Leadership Training, Literacy Education, Popular Education, Sex Discrimination, Sex Fairness, Womens Education
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: International Council for Adult Education, Toronto (Ontario).