The 22nd Annual PTO Conference – “Breaking the Silence: From Rebellion to Waging Love” – at Cass Commons in Detroit (June 1st-4th) was a resounding success. Nearly 250 participants from 7 countries shared PO and TO techniques, offered clear and demanding critical analysis of each other’s work, and proposed actions …
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Missed early registration? No problem! You can register for the 2017 Pedagogy and Theatre of the Oppressed Conference through Regular Registration HERE. Read more about the conference on our Conference Page and if you have any problems or questions, don’t hesitate to reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you haven’t already registered, please do so today! EARLY Registration closes at 11:59 PM EDT. REGISTER HERE.
Don’t forget to reserve your room at the Hotel St. Regis by TOMORROW (April 13th) to guarantee the PTO Block Rate. Find out more at on our Hotel page. The PTO Block Rate and rooms may still be available after April 13th, but they will not be guaranteed.
Please join us for the live streamed weekly internet talk show: Democracy in Action hosted by David Cobb interviewing Reg Flowers (in featured image) about the 2017 Pedagogy and Theatre of the Oppressed Conference today, Monday, April 3rd, 8pm EDT/5pm PDT. Watch the livestream HERE. David Cobb is one of …