Learning Lab creates a cross-sector learning environment where participants engage in collective dialogue, supporting a form of ‘learning in the context of our lived experience of participation in the world’, one which engages in and contributes to the practices of communities (Wenger). The Learning Lab ‘Identities and Social Justice’ opens a space outside the academy and within civil society for a focused discussion on the theme of identities aligned with the concept of social justice.
Learning Lab bridges debates about cultural identity with principles of social equality – connecting questions about race, ethnicity, class sexuality, gender, culture, language and religion, in addition to youth and age.
Drawing on a series of established projects in Australia, Canada, the US and UK, Learning Lab sessions are led by three international public intellectuals, writers, and activists.
The first Learning Lab was led Andrea Durbach, Director of Australian Human Rights Centre at the Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales, Australia.
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