About Sophie Edwards

Sophie is the CERES Global Coordinator.
21 03, 2018

Philosophy behind a bi-lingual, bi-cultural school in Arnhem Land

By | 2018-03-21T13:03:22+00:00 March 21st, 2018|Arnhem Land, CERES Global|0 Comments

Mäpuru is the small and remote homeland community in east Arnhem Land that we visit twice a year on our weaving and living on country programs run by CERES Global. The school at Mäpuru recently became part of Yirralka Education, an entity that enables Mäpuru families, elders and custodians to govern their own educational programs [...]

12 02, 2018

Unlearning in India – Day 9: Unlearning at Swaraj University

By | 2018-02-12T12:16:43+00:00 February 12th, 2018|CERES Global, India|0 Comments

Guest Post by Dr. Ben Habib From 2nd-12th December 2017 I co-facilitated a CERES Global tour to India, themed around sustainable development, permanent culture and un-learning. My focus for the tour was to collect data for my research project on permaculture as a transnational social movement and to learn more about alternative education models as a teaching [...]

5 02, 2018

Unlearning in India – Day 7 & 8: Learning From a Wise Man and Visioning Permaculture at Shikshantar

By | 2018-02-06T09:02:13+00:00 February 5th, 2018|CERES Global, India, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Guest Post by Dr. Ben Habib From 2nd-12th December 2017 I co-facilitated a CERES Global tour to India, themed around sustainable development, permanent culture and un-learning. My focus for the tour was to collect data for my research project on permaculture as a transnational social movement and to learn more about alternative education models as a [...]

29 01, 2018

Unlearning in India – Day 5 & 6: Peasant Farming, Camel Culture and Hidden Landscapes of Waste

By | 2018-01-29T10:30:06+00:00 January 29th, 2018|CERES Global, India|0 Comments

Guest Post by Dr. Ben Habib From 2nd-12th December 2017 I co-facilitated a CERES Global tour to India, themed around sustainable development, permanent culture and un-learning. My focus for the tour was to collect data for my research project on permaculture as a transnational social movement and to learn more about alternative education models as a teaching [...]

24 01, 2018

Unlearning in India – Day 3 & 4: Wisdom Walk Through Udaipur’s Old City and Malari Village

By | 2018-02-05T07:54:06+00:00 January 24th, 2018|CERES Global, India, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Guest Post by Dr Ben Habib From 2nd-12th December 2017 I co-facilitated a CERES Global tour to India, themed around sustainable development, permanent culture and un-learning. My focus for the tour was to collect data for my research project on permaculture as a transnational social movement and to learn more about alternative education models as a teaching [...]

23 10, 2017

Encountering Traditional Knowledge

By | 2017-10-23T14:02:24+00:00 October 23rd, 2017|CERES Global, Chile|0 Comments

The following poem was written by Naomi Van Boxtel whilst in Chile, 2017. All content created, and all images taken were by Naomi whilst on tour with CERES Global, for more of her work click here.   "I left with the direction to 'expand my awareness of the struggles facing Indigenous people in modern societies' [...]

18 09, 2017

Lessons From Samoa

By | 2017-09-18T14:10:40+00:00 September 18th, 2017|CERES Global, Samoa|0 Comments

My name is Milind Gowdanakunte, I recently embarked on a journey to Samoa. I was given this opportunity through the CERES Global partnership with the university of Swinburne where I study Robotics and Mechatronic Engineering, with a double degree in business. My hope is to one day establish my own business that develops artificial intelligence.  As [...]

11 09, 2017

Faafetai to Samoa

By | 2017-10-03T14:03:10+00:00 September 11th, 2017|CERES Global, Samoa|0 Comments

Author - Finola Lynch, CERES Global participant July 2017 The email arrived one week out from exams, the letter head read ‘Industry Study Tour Samoa, Winter Term 2017’, the offer? An opportunity to participate in industry based learning and add to my degree, that was if I could apply in time for the looming [...]

11 05, 2017

History Of The Arnhem Weaver’s Workshops & Why We Travel There Two Times A Year

By | 2017-05-11T12:56:43+00:00 May 11th, 2017|Arnhem Land, CERES Global|0 Comments

In the far north of Australia, there is a vast tract of Aboriginal owned land called Arnhem Land. It covers hundreds of kms of coast, small islands and large tracts of sub-tropical Savanna woodlands. Here live the Yolŋu people. Not far from the coast in almost the very centre of Arnhem Land there is [...]