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Barcelona, dissabte, 12 d’abril de 2014

Tres lògies catalanes, Descartes, de Barcelona, Iod del Maresme, de Mataró i Pedra Tallada, de Palafrugell, organitzen un cop més el sopar republicà de commemoració avançada del 14 d’abril, una iniciativa que va néixer fa una dotzena d’anys de forma espontània, precedit enguany d’una Tinguda conjunta.  Tinc l’honor de compartir l’estrada de l’Orador amb el Dr. Santiago Castellà i amb un tercer ponent. Nit de coincidències i evocacions, nit de pensar en el futur. L’enllaç porta al text que em va servir de base per a la meva intervenció.

 Educació republicana i república educativa

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A 2/4 de 4, darrera classe del curs a la Facultat de Dret. El 22 de maig vaig fer vaga. Vaga contra una gestió de la institució universitària que no incentiva la transformació de l’Acadèmia en un espai de creativitat. Vaig declarar la meva absència per tal de que em descomptin el sou. I avui, primera setmana de vacances, hem recuperat aquella sessió perduda. La tensió a les relacions laborals o a les relacions estatutàries no ha de perjudicar mai als estudiants. Cal inventar una forma més imaginativa d’expressió dels desacords al sector públic educatiu que la negativa a treballar. No som una fàbrica tèxtil d’altres temps, sinó un Temple de la Ciència. I els qui maldem, amb més o menys optimisme, amb més o menys escepticisme, ni que sigui ja amb molt escepticisme, per una universitat millor, ni podem guardar silenci ni podem, quan cal, deixar de protestar. Ara calia. Com cal posar en primer lloc de les prioritats de les polítiques públiques l’educació republicana de les noves generacions.

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Aquesta és la nota de premsa relativa a la signatura del Conveni:

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Y aquesta, la crónica de Fabián Mohedano al seu bloc:

http://fabianmohedano.blogspot.com/2009/07/tassa-de-te-amb-ferrer-i-guardia-i.html

The birth of an education youth movement that is present all over the world, the Boy Scouts, is being celebrated this year, 2007. 29th july 1907 was the opening day of the first camp in Brownsea.

The initial spirit of Lord Robert Baden-Powell of Gilwell is to be found in the Mission Statement approved by the World Scout Conference held in Durban in 1999. It points out that the mission of scouting is to contribute to the education of young people in a system of values based on Scout Law and the Scout Oath, in order for them to participate in building a better world, where they can develop themselves as individuals and play a part in building society. To accomplish this it proposes that young people, during their years of participation, enter into a process of non-formal education using an original method in which each person is the agent of their own development, becoming a person that is autonomous, has a sense of solidarity, is responsible and committed. It helps them to establish a system of values based on spiritual, social and personal principles, as expressed in the Oath and the Law. 

There are more than 28 million scouts, youth and adults, men and women, in 216 countries and territories. More than 300 million people have been scouts. This is impressive, particularly when we consider that the scout movement began with about twenty boys at an experimental camp in the year 1907 on the island of Brownsea, near Poole, in Dorset, England. The camp was a great success in terms of the tests carried out by its organiser, Robert Baden-Powell, and the methods employed. In January, 1908, Baden-Powell published the first edition of Scouting for Boys, a book that was an immediate success all over the world.  Scouting is an open movement that from its very beginnings has seen itself as a context for living and working together, uniting people and groups with different principles and beliefs. In the course of time it has shown its capacity for integration, versatility and adaptation to different social and cultural contexts. Scouting is concerned about ensuring that everyone find their place in the framework of a reality that is more and more diverse. The decision to opt for a setting that is shared, open and plural and for dialogue and democratic coexistence are at the heart of the scout method. Above all, scouting recognises the educational value of the coexistence of different realities in a single common area.

Starting from the idea that spiritual education is inherent and distinctive to the scout movement and that each person must find a place for the definition of their own spirituality, scouting’s approach is based on what unites its members rather than on what keeps them apart.  Scouting is heir to the following reflection by Robert Baden-Powell to be found in Rovering to Success (1930) “Are you a possibly over-keen upholder of your own particular social class, political party or form of religion? These distinctions are sunk in the brother-hood of Scouting. Practise tolerance – teach your boys to study both sides of any question before making up their mind on it.” As defined by Eclaireuses et Eclaireurs de France (EEDF- Guides and Scouts of France), secular scouting is a movement of Popular Education, a complement to the Public School and the family which promotes coeducation of both social classes and sexes, democracy and citizenship, defence of and respect for the environment, fraternity and solidarity.

From a book by Fabián Mohedano and J.F.Pont.

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