Kebradas UniDiversity goes to India

Our incredible TEN Fellow, Giselle Paulino, is co-creating a remarkable Un/learning Journey in February with five of the mestres of Kebradas UniDiversity in Brazil. They are partnering with our mentors, Vidhi and Manish Jain to offer an opportunity for these Brazilian community leaders to travel to India and exchange experiences with free education initiatives.

This trip is an important step in the construction of the Kebradas UniDiversity, a free education project, mutual learning that recognizes the intelligence of each place and the talents of each person in finding solutions to ecological and social dilemmas. The purpose of the journey is to dive into a two-week immersion in Udaipur, Rajasthan, in collaboration with Shikshantar and Swaraj University. These organizations propose a self-designed education, based on one’s dream, without the figure of a leader, without a classroom based on the practical experiences of people who are passionate about what they do. For this beautiful dream to happen, we are counting on the support of our wonderful network. The organizers of the Un/learning Journey have launched a beautiful crowdfunding campaign to raise the funds needed to make this dream a reality.

Click above to see a beautiful video about the adventure, find out how to contribute. Let’s go on this journey together!

Campaign link here.

Illustrations by Suelen Brito. 

Giselle Paulino

I dream about writing stories of inspiring people who take care of nature and animals, dedicating their lives to social justice. Weaving between NGOs and the main Brazilian newspapers and magazines, I've had the chance to work in the Amazon covering issues of deforestation and community empowerment. I have also spent time traveling in places such as India, Thailand, Bhutan, Namibia, Madagascar and Ethiopia. I was always searching for good, strong stories. I am always fascinated by meeting and interviewing amazing people around the world.
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