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Reggio Emilia Australia Information Exchange (REAIE) stands in solidarity with Australia’s First Peoples’ and advocate to uphold human rights for all citizens.  We would like the recent global tragedies to act as a catalyst for reflection and change, or as Malaguzzi said, “one of the many itineraries for orienting our walking together” (Cagliari et al., 2016, p.106).

REAIE has developed a series of four webinars which will explore in more detail,  the ‘itineraries’ of human rights, subjectivities, democracy and participation.

Join from your workplace or the comfort of your own home and engage in dialogue with the facilitators.

All webinars are for participants with knowledge of the educational project of Reggio Emilia.

CLICK HERE TO Book ALL 4 WEBINARS before 29 JUNE and SAVE 10%!

Webinar 1

Navigating Human Rights

Monday 29 June

7.30-8.30pm (AEST)

This webinar will unpack the manifesto written by Loris Malaguzzi, Una carta per tre diritti, A Charter of Three Rights.

All webinars are for participants with knowledge of the educational project of Reggio Emilia.

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Webinar 2

Navigating Otherness

Monday 27 July

7.30-8.30pm (AEST)

This webinar will confront injustice through the values of subjectivity, bias and difference and explore the practice of an ethics of an encounter.

All webinars are for participants with knowledge of the educational project of Reggio Emilia.

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Webinar 3

Navigating Democracy

Wednesday 19 August

7.30-8.30pm (AEST)

This webinar will explore democracy and democratic processes as a catalyst to engage in dialogue about pedagogical work.

All webinars are for participants with knowledge of the educational project of Reggio Emilia.

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Webinar 4

Navigating Participation

Monday 21 September

7.30-8.30pm (AEST)

This webinar will explore the potential for engaging families, allied professionals and community members for change in practices to ensure social justice perspectives.

All webinars are for participants with knowledge of the educational project of Reggio Emilia.

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Webinar 2 - Social Justice - Navigating Otherness Online
  • Mon 27 July, 2020 7:30 pm

Live Social Justice Interactive Webinar Series Reggio Emilia Australia Information Exchange (REAIE) stands in solidarity with Australia’s First Peoples’ and advocate to uphold human rights for all citizens.  We would like the recent global tragedies to act as a catalyst for reflection and change, or as Malaguzzi said, “one of the many itineraries for orienting our walking together” (Cagliari (more…)

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ACT - August - Canberra District Network Meeting Online
  • Tue 4 August, 2020 6:30 pm

The Canberra District Network invites you to an online meeting. AGENDA Reflections of remote learning and what we learnt about children. Q & A and open discussion on topics such as documentation, Fundamentals of Reggio for beginners. Online offerings and webinars. Where to for Canberra network. Any other topics. Participants are encouraged to email canberra@reggioaustralia.org.au (more…)

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Webinar 3 - Social Justice - Navigating Democracy Online
  • Wed 19 August, 2020 7:30 pm

Live Social Justice Interactive Webinar Series Reggio Emilia Australia Information Exchange (REAIE) stands in solidarity with Australia’s First Peoples’ and advocate to uphold human rights for all citizens.  We would like the recent global tragedies to act as a catalyst for reflection and change, or as Malaguzzi said, “one of the many itineraries for orienting our walking together” (Cagliari (more…)

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Webinar 4 - Social Justice - Navigating Participation Online
  • Mon 21 September, 2020 7:30 pm

Live Social Justice Interactive Webinar Series Reggio Emilia Australia Information Exchange (REAIE) stands in solidarity with Australia’s First Peoples’ and advocate to uphold human rights for all citizens.  We would like the recent global tragedies to act as a catalyst for reflection and change, or as Malaguzzi said, “one of the many itineraries for orienting our walking together” (Cagliari (more…)

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