The President of the Chilean Union of Teachers is concerned by teachers’ working conditions and that they serve teachers so that they can help their pupils to bring out the best of themselves as human beings; so that they may express their maximum potential. This is the role that education must have from a humanist perspective.
This interview was recorded during the European Humanist Forum. Mario Aguilar participated as a speaker in the working groups on Nonviolent & Humanist Education and Human rights. (more…)
Professor Tiberio Feliz Murias runs the Centre for the Care of Disabled University Students (UNIDIS) at the National University of Distance Education (UNED), in Madrid, Spain, and teaches at the Faculty of Educational Sciences. He is a natural born facilitator and, when you get to know him, you can understand why he runs this service that this Spanish public university has developed so effectively. He will participate as a speaker at the European Humanist Forum 2018.
What are the social repercussions of your UNIDIS project? (more…)
As the European Humanist Forum approaches, we’re taking the opportunity to interview our speakers about the ideas behind the Forum.
Piero P. Giorgi is an Italian neuroscientist whose education took him from Bologna, to the UK, Switzerland and then to the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia, where he established a degree programme in Peace Studies before retiring in 2004.
EHF2018: Piero, what sparked off your interest in peace and nonviolence? (more…)