Rehana Tejpar, National Program Facilitator: Righting Relations Initiative for Adult Education for Social Change

About Righting Relations:

We are a Women-Led, Pan-Canadian Network of adult educators working in partnership with The Catherine Donnelly Foundation and Indigenous, Immigrant, Refugee and Low-Income communities for radical social change. We are coming together locally, regionally and nationally to strengthen our capacity to engage in heart-centered popular education processes that spark deep reflection, connection and action towards a more politically and economically just society in Canada.

In the spirit of developing our capacity to do this work in a more connected and effective way, the Righting Relations website houses a collection of online learning resources – articles, videos, podcasts, webinars, and stories of our learning journeys. We invite you to download and share these resources widely. They are currently organized around the themes of decolonization, popular education, facilitation for socialchange, traditional teachings, advocacy and life-affirming practices.

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Rehana Tejpar: Body Wisdom One-Day Movement WorkshopRehana Tejpar, M. Ed is an artist-facilitator of East African Indian and Uruguayan ancestry who has been designing and leading artful popular education programs with children, youth and adults for the past 15 years in Toronto, Kenya and India. She is currently serving as the National Program Facilitator for the Catherine Donnelly Foundation’s Righting Relations Adult Education for Social Change Program. Rehana is a practitioner of Art of Hosting, Theatre of the Oppressed and InterPlay and brings together dialogical processes and body-based storytelling in her approach to personal and collective transformation.





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