A Multidimensional Migration for Social Inclusion: A Personal Account

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March 21, 2014 by Leigh-Anne Perryman

A Multidimensional Migration for Social Inclusion: A Personal Account.

This blog post [written by Bernard Nkuyubwatsi who has posted on Open Education Rwanda] was catalysed by the discussion undertaken by the Open Education Working Group online community under the thread How can Open Education help children in Syria?. In this discussion, a link to a TED talk on how a basic cell phone that has a superb battery serves as a radio, a smart card and a torch was shared. Good practices of the South African Siyavula initiative were also outlined. Megan Beckett from Siyavula has also written a blog post inspired by the discussion entitled Distributing OER in the developing world. – See more at: http://education.okfn.org/a-multidimensional-migration-for-social-inclusion-a-personal-account/#sthash.DGHCHqAA.dpuf

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One thought on “A Multidimensional Migration for Social Inclusion: A Personal Account

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