Our educational vocation calls us to teach wherever we can make a difference. It extends beyond academic institutions, taking us out into the community to meet with people where they live.
Our aim is to provide a type of education that helps people improve their living conditions, live together peacefully, explore different ways of thinking, publicly express their points of view and defend their rights.
We do this by working with a variety of partners, including prisons, health care establishments, community centres, and women's groups.
We have a broad range of areas of expertise, from tutoring, literacy, and parent education, to non-violence training and support for HIV/AIDS affected populations.