My interests include adult and community education and the relationships of these with social justice, inequality and social change. I am currently registered for a PhD at UCT; in my research I am using case study methodology to explore visions of, practices towards and possibilities for social justice-oriented adult education in two Community Learning Centres in the Western Cape.
- Paramoer E. & Pottier L. 2017. Amazwi Wethu: Exploring the Possibilities of Cinema as a Solidarity-Forging Tool. In Forging Solidarity: Popular Education at Work. A. Kotze A & S. Walters Eds. (International Issues in Adult Education. vol. 22). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers. 139-148.
- Fulani, S., Ismail, S., Khuzani, S., Mtembu, L., Pottier, L., Maxongo, A., Tomose, A. & Tsoko, P. 2019. Becoming Social Activist Leaders - Stories of Passion, Motivation and Bold Ideas from the Township of Khayelitsha in Cape Town, South Africa. In Tikkun Beyond Borders: Connecting Youth Voices, Leading Change. Y. Daniel Ed. Windsor, Ontario, Canada: University of Windsor. 110–145. Available: https://windsor.scholarsportal.info/omp/index.php/digital-press/catalog/view/156/291/1473-1 [15/11/2019]