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Breaking Barriers Project – New Information

Breaking Barriers Project – New Information

New information about the last three youth exchanges of “Breaking Barriers Project” available: http://www.ashleyschool.co.uk/index.php/projects/39-breaking-barriers

New book launched: The Carbon Cycle by Kate Rawles

New book launched: The Carbon Cycle by Kate Rawles

“Kate Rawles sets out to discover about global warming the hard way….” Michael Palin. In 2006 ‘outdoor philosopher’ Kate Rawles cycled 4553miles from Texas to Alaska. Her book THE CARBON CYCLE, Crossing the Great Divide tells the story of her trip, in which she not only

A Philosophy of Youth Work

A Philosophy of Youth Work

Our members at the Brathay Research Hub have created an animation that explains the way they understand the situation many children and young people find themselves in in today’s society and the rationale behind how they contribute to support for children and young people through

Review of the EOE anniversary book ‘Other ways of learning’

Review of the EOE anniversary book ‘Other ways of learning’

Review of the EOE anniversary book ‘Other ways of learning’ published in Journal of Experiential Education 2012 vol 35 no 1. “Other Ways of Learning both introduces readers to a number of established European scholars and offers a provocative external view of North American Outdoor

Transcultural European Outdoor studies (TEOS)

Transcultural European Outdoor studies (TEOS)

Sixteen students from fifteen countries across the world are now enjoying their second semester in Oslo, Norway as part of the unique Erasmus Mundus funded MA programme in Transcultural European Outdoor Studies.  After three months in Ambleside, England exploring UK practice and the historical roots

2012 EOE Conference from 26th-30th October

2012 EOE Conference from 26th-30th October

Following last year’s successful conference in Finland, the 2012 EOE Conference will be held at Derwent Hill Outdoor Education Centre in the English Lake District from 26th-30th October. Steve Lenartowicz, the director of the centre, will host the conference on the theme of “Outdoor Learning

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