Open and Distance Learning and Feminism: Discourses of Access to Justice, Liberty and Livelihood
Based on this narrative, this paper will examine how ODE’s policy of accessibility to education will facilitate women’s socio-economic development so as to meet the democratic aspiration of education for all by the year 2015-the target date for the global attainment of the Millenium Development Goals (MDGs).
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Sultana, Sadia A; Kamal, Mostafa A (2010-11)This paper aims at identifying the impacts of ODL programmes (especially, secondary school certificate programme) of BOU on the socio-economic status of the females in Bangladesh. The paper explains how BOU’s collaboration ...
Can Open and Distance Education bring Social Justice to the Weaker Sections of the Society: A Case Study on Directorate of Distance Education, University of North Bengal, West Bengal, India Yasmin (2010-11)Education, among all the forces and factors that influence in provisioning social justice, emerges strong as it creates social awareness that further leads to the realization by the individual for greater opportunities in ...
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Afunde, Ndeshimona L (2010-11)The Namibian College of Open Learning (NAMCOL) aims to broaden access to education by providing alternatives to conventional means of education and training and facilitate life-long learning opportunities for Namibians. ...
Increasing Access to Cost-effective, Equitable and Flexible Higher Education through Open and Distance Learning in Bangladesh Islam, Tofazzal (2010-11)The objectives of this study were to (i) examine how BOU offers increasing access to cost-effective, equitable and flexible higher education compared to conventional systems by analyzing data from primary and secondary ...