Invitation to ‘Crafting Justice’, 29th and 30th April 2017, Bangalore

We have the pleasure of inviting you to participate in Crafting Justice, a 2-day public exhibition organized by Azim Premji University, Bangalore that includes a conclave for experiential educators and practitioners and a conference on experiential education and justice, all of which will take place in Bangalore, India on Saturday, 29th April and Sunday, 30th April, 2017.

We believe that Crafting Justice marks the first time in India that experiential educators, practitioners and students get together to discuss the challenges of designing, practicing and evaluating experiential education curriculum and pedagogy within the disciplines of development, law, public policy, governance and the broad social sciences and humanities.

The goals for Crafting Justice include:

–          creating an inter-disciplinary network of experiential educators, practitioners and committed students;

–          promoting the exchange of ideas and experiences among students, educators, practitioners and institutions;

–          involving communities and members of the public in discussions on educational theory and practice;

–          show-casing justice-oriented and practice-oriented work by student groups and faculty supervisors and collaborative partners.

We would be delighted to have you to join us and for the opportunity to listen to your views on this topic, and we look forward to a confirmation from you soon.

In particular, we request your participation at the conclave on MG Road on the 29th April 2017. Since we have limited participant space for the conclave, we request those interested to immediately send us a line of confirmation to

We look forward to meeting you soon and to fruitful conversations going forward. Do reach out to us via for any further information or clarifications.

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