Ecoso exchange newsletter 2/39; June 1996

(1996) Ecoso exchange newsletter 2/39; June 1996. Ecoso exchange newsletter, 2 (39). pp. 1-12.


This Ecoso is mainly a contribution to the exchange of ideas on 'What Sort of Society Do We Want?'. Hopefully, it may stimulate ideas on what sort of Education?, What sort of work-place ? What sort of community movements? An article about the Irish Famine raises questions about what sort of society we have today. Pages: 1. The Ideas Exchange Day - How You Can Participate 2. News from the Crow Collection 2. What Sort of Society? (Morag Loh, Jenny Lane) 3. What Sort of Work Place? Report on Out-work (FCTUA) 5. What Sort Of Education? (Centre for Public Education) 6. Sharing Insights On Learning (Quotes from Evelyn Crawford and Sylvia Ashton-Warner) 7. Women and Education (comparing/contrasting Grimshaw and Scutt) 8. Women Who Campaigned for a Better Life (Ruth crow) 10. Update on the Halifax EcoCity, Adelaide (Sheila Byard) 10. A Reminder About the U.N. Habitat 2 Conference 11. The Great Irish Famine (Val Noone) 12. Ecoso Guidelines

Item type Article
Subjects Historical > FOR Classification > 1608 Sociology
Current > Collections > Crow Papers
Keywords community values, 'Textile, Clothing and Footware Union', community organisations, unions, public education, Australia, teachers, women, International Women's Day, Doris McRae, Doris Blackburn, Dorothy Painter, Marjorie Coppel, La Passionara, Madame Marie Curie, Eleanor Roosevelt, Hilary Newitt, Olga Silver, Joan Finger, Marjorie Nunan, Alma Morton, Halifax EcoCity, Adelaide, urban ecology, Great Irish Famine, 1845, Irish migrants
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