We are excited to welcome AONTAS Board member Joy-Tendai Kangere to facilitate our upcoming webinar (Wednesday, 10th June) on the topic "What role does Adult and Community Education play in the process of anti-racism?"
Joy-Tendai Kangere is an Adult Learner Representative on the AONTAS Board and co-founder of the oragnisation Rooted In Africa & Ireland (@riainetwork). She is an advocate for adult learners, equality for women, girls and minority communities. She is an aspiring lawyer who is passionate about public interest law and access to justice. Joy graduated with a Bachelor of Civil Law from the University College Dublin Sutherland School of Law after she returned to education as an adult learner. Since then she was awarded the prestigious Denham Fellowship which enabled her to study at the Honorable King’s Inns for the barrister-at-law degree.
This ordinarily members-only webinar is open to anyone interested in attending. The webinar will be held via zoom, registration is essential. Please register by clicking the green button below and following the instructions.
The death of George Floyd & the civil rights protests around the world oblige us to consider questions of race & racism in Ireland. Joy-Tendai Kangere & Niamh O'Reilly, AONTAS Board member & CEO, discuss adult education as a process for anti-racism in a recent blog published by the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning. Read it here.