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Pedagogy In Process- The Letters To Guinea Bissau in this book were written by Freire in Geneva and sent to Mario Cabral, the Commissionerof State for Education and culture, and his team in Guinea Bissau. http://fcis.oise.utoronto.ca/~daniel_schugurensky/freire/vr.html
Extractions: This website, dedicated to Brazilian educator Paulo Freire (1921-1997) , consists of a collection of reviews of his books and links to other pages on Freire. The books are listed in chronological order. When the book has been translated into English, the first date refers to the original publication. The website was created by Daniel Schugurensky , Department of Adult Education, Community Development and Counselling Psychology, The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto (OISE/UT) Review by Veronica Ramirez (UCLA) On April 25, 1974, the military dictatorship that had ruled Portugal was overthrown, resulting in independence movements in Guinea Bissau and the Cape Verde islands. The struggle for independence was under the leadership of Amilcar Cabral and the African Party for the Independence of Guinea and the Cape Verde islands (PAIGC). In May of 1975, Paulo Freire and his team from the Department of Education of the World Council of Churches and the Institute for Cultural Action (IDAC) were invited by the government, through the Commission on Education, to make a first visit so that their collaborations in the field of literacy education of adults may be discussed. In Pedagogy in Process- The Letters to Guinea Bissau, Paulo Freire publishes the letters sent to the new education authorities in Guinea Bissau during the mid 1970's, and reflects on them. The book is structured in three parts: the introduction (p1-68), the 17 letters (p71-154), and the postscript (p55-78). The introduction explained both how Freire came to be involved in the adult education program in Guinea Bissau, and his participation in the program from May 1975 to October 1976. The 17 letters that are included in this book were written by Freire in Geneva and sent to Mario Cabral, the Commissioner of State for Education and Culture, and his team in Guinea Bissau. These letters addressed problems and offered suggestions for the development of adult literacy education. The postscript, written by Freire in May 1977, includes updates on the adult education program in Guinea Bissau.
Afrol News - Guinea-Bissau RTP has been out of guineabissau for two monthsLatest news Portuguese media allowedto return to guinea-bissau afrol News, 2 February - The Portuguese state http://www.afrol.com/Countries/Guinea_Bissau/guinea_bissau.htm
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Guinea Bissau Including map and overview of history, culture, economy and currency. CategoryRegional Africa Guinea Bissau http//atlas.freegk.com/world/africa http://www.ad.com/Regional/Africa/Guinea_Bissau/
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Guinea-Bissau Print Friendly Version, guineabissau International Religious FreedomReport Released by the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor. http://www.state.gov/g/drl/rls/irf/2001/5664.htm
Extractions: The Constitution provides for freedom of religion, and the Government generally respects this right in practice. There was no change in the status of respect for religious freedom during the period covered by this report, and government policy continued to contribute to the generally free practice of religion. The generally amicable relationship among religions in society contributed to religious freedom. The U.S. Government discusses religious freedom issues with the Government in the context of its overall dialog and policy of promoting human rights. Section I. Religious Demography The country has a total land area of 10,811 square miles and its population is 1,285,715. Approximately half the population follows traditional indigenous religious practices. Approximately 45 percent of the population are Muslim and about 5 percent are Christian. There are few atheists. Christians belong to a number of groups, including the Roman Catholic Church and various Protestant denominations. The Muslim population is concentrated in the Fula and Mandinka ethnic groups, and Muslims generally live in the north and northeast. Christians are concentrated in Bissau and other large towns. Practitioners of traditional religions inhabit the remainder of the country.
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