BACKGROUND

The Alternatives Project was initiated in August 2019 by a group of 20 progressive academics, union leaders, and other civil society activists ...

WHO ARE WE?

The Alternatives Project (TAP) is an international and geographically diverse network of progressive academics, union members, civil society activists, and social movement participants concerned with building a global collective critical voice oriented towards education and societal transformation. 

INITIAL ORGANIZERS

Frank Adamson

Assistant Professor,

California State University, Sacramento

David Archer

Head of Public Services,

Action Aid International

Sylvain Aubry

Senior Legal and Research Advisor,

Global Initiative for Economic

Social and Cultural Rights

Maria Ron Balsera

Research and Advocacy Coordinator, Action Aid International

Katie Malouf Bous

Senior Policy Advisor,

Oxfam International

Will Brehm

Lecturer,

University College London

Delphine Dorsi

Director,

Right to Education Initiative

D. Brent Edwards

Associate Professor,

University of Hawaii

David Edwards

General Secretary,

Education International

Gustavo Fischman

Professor,

Arizona State University

Michael Gibbons

Scholar in Residence,

American University

Mark Ginsburg

Visiting Scholar,

University of Maryland

Martin Henry

Research Coordinator,

Education International

Sangeeta Kamat

Associate Professor,

University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Steve Klees

Professor,

University of Maryland

Hang Minh Le

PhD student,

University of Maryland

Carol Anne Spreen

Associate Professor,

New York University

Becky Tarlau

Assistant Professor,

Pennsylvania State University

Jennifer Ulrick

Programme Officer,

Education International

Salim Vally

Professor,

University of Johannesburg

Antonia Wulf

Coordinator,

Education International

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

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