Palestinian Continuing Education Under Occupation: Images of Distress and Possibilities for Hope

  • Howard Davidson

Abstract

This study examines how aspects of a militarily enforced occupation have influenced continuing education at Palestinian universities. It focuses on three influences: the impact of the politics of occupation on the history of continuing education; the effect of travel restriction, violence, and a damaged economy on participation; and the influence of a dependence on foreign donations on program development and delivery.

Author Biography

Howard Davidson
Howard S. Davidson is Associate Professor, Extended Education, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Published
2010-12-01
Section
Articles