Come visit The Shikshantar Resource Center for Homeschooling/Unschooling, Gap Year, Walkouts, and Self–Designed Learners.

Swaraj University was designed and birthed in 2010 as a two year learning programme for youth.

Here are some preliminary details for the Fellowship. Application Form now available here. Last date for Submission is Feb 25, 2016.

What lies has your school taught you? How have you unlearned them?

I can no longer accept a narrative of education, which teaches me that my village grandmother was illiterate, primitive, backward, stupid, uneducated, underdeveloped, uncivilized and not capable of managing her own affairs.

The Creativity Adda is an unschool (innovative self-designed learning space) based in a government school in Dariya Ganj, Delhi.

Named after Gandhi’s call for a new vision of education, this festival inspires viewers to dream beyond the dominant model of factory schooling.

Listen to Vidhi Jain's TEDx talk about the power of learning cities and learning eco-systems.

Reva Dandage is the co-founder and director of Swaraj University, an alternative university with a focus on self-design learning, including exploration of basic entrepreneurial skills within the co

Find out how to register and participate in the 9th Learning Societies unConference 2016 from December 14 - 19, 2016 in Sardarshahar, Rajasthan.  

Stories from our first Ecoversities Gathering in August 2015 in Tamera, Portugal. 

The second Giftival - a Celebration of the Gift Culture - was co-hosted by Swapathgami Network in Rome, Italy in April, 2015.

Shikshantar participated in the Economics of Happiness conference in Byron Bay (Australia)

A local solidarity network of primary producers, farmers, grandmothers, chefs, activists, natural healers, suppliers, distributors that embrace a philosophy of good, clean & fair food for all.

Download the Ecoversities Film Festival and learn how to host it in your community.

In this classic collection, some of the world's most eminent critics of development review the key concepts of the development discourse.

James Scott builds a persuasive case against "development theory" and imperialistic state planning that disregards the values, desires, and objections of its subjects.