The report showcases a series of TO training workshops and projects in several contexts and settings. The aim of the report is to show how TO techniques and forms could contribute to the transformation of the learning environment and the social justice issues relevant to diverse communities across cultures (North America, Latin America, Middle East). It highlights and facilitates critical discourse and interchange through working with various participants (students, faculty, refugees, women, artists, prison staff etc.) and tackling significant issues such as trauma, violence, oppression, discrimination, gender inequality and homophobia. The report shows how TO could be used as a powerful tool to promote social change and critical pedagogy.
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"Rehearsing for Transformation: Theatre of the Oppressed, Pedagogy and Human Rights,"
Pedagogy and Theatre of the Oppressed Journal: Vol. 5
, Article 10.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uni.edu/ptoj/vol5/iss1/10