Gandhi-Mandela-Freire Fellowship Programme
Self and Eco-Socio-Spiritual Transformation.
The Grounding of Peace, Reconciliation, Civic Engagement, Sustainability, Social Communication, Creative Regeneration and Engaged Spirituality in Compassion . Fostering Dialogical and Inclusive Community, Common Good and Eco-Socio-Spiritual Futures in Public and Private Spaces.
Jointly initiated by the Indian Social Institute, New Delhi, India and the Loyola Institute of Peace and International Relations, Kochi, India. The Indian Social Institute holds a Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations. The fellowship has been further developed, nurtured and now based at the Multiversity Platform, Loyola Extension Services, a registered charity as well as the social lab and incubation centre of Loyola College of Social Sciences (LCSS), Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum), India. A (growing) number of like-minded institutions have offered moral support for this effort. (Note: This website belongs to the Multiversity Platform, Loyola Extension Services/LES Multiversity, Loyola College of Social Sciences, Thiruvananthapuram, India.)
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Highlights of the Learning Journey
Silence/Critical Self Exploration/Othering
Student Led Courses/Content
Learning Encounters/ Living-Human Library/Encounters with Elders/Others
Learning Journey Tools/Diary Keeping/Sharing and Discussion/Dialogue/Othering
Researching/"New" Language/Story Telling/New Narratives/Dialogue/
Network Building/Understanding Authenticity/Being Me
Projects/ Personal Journeys /Social
Immersion/Weaved Social Totalities/Rhisomatic Movements/Hubs/Being Compassionate
Details of the Learning Journey
(Covering About 300 Hours With Breaks)
Will Comprise the Following