We facilitated the first training of trainers in Feminist Economics. We did so with Cony Carranza Castro in the Women’s House of Gasteiz (Sorginenea). It was part of Mundubat’s work in progress on Popular Schools on Feminist Economics.
This notebook was a result of this process. It is targeted at those who may want to conduct a school on feminist economics by first time. The methodological and pedagogical questions that characterize these Popular Schools are included. It a first approach and an invitation to this adventure of training.
We invite you to have a look here at this material as well as other equally related to the Popular Schools process.