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

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

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

Here are some details for the Fellowship. Application Form now available here. Last date for Submission is April 22, 2017

Have you ever thought about taking a gap year to explore yourself, your community and the world? This may be a good time to gift yourself a Year On!!!

Families learning together is a four day living together and learning experience at Swaraj University, Udaipur.

Frequently asked questions about the Winter Camp. Check out the Unschoolers Winter Camp film.

The Indian Multiversities Alliance aims to generate meaningful responses to the deep crisis of relevance facing the Indian education system.

Inspiring stories of South Asian homeschoolers, unschoolers, and creative families who are transforming the family learning environment with new experiments and weaving a new joint family system.

A beautiful radical poem critiquing the way 'literacy' has been framed by development projects.

Here are some registration details for the 11th Learning Societies unConference, Orissa, January 15-20, 2019.   

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

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.

Here is a little playbook on our experiences with co-designing and co-hosting the Unschoolers Winter Camp at Shikshantar.

New publication from Zero Waste Udaipur for social entreprenuers and local communities.

Here is a little Indianized adaptation of The Animal School: A Fable by George Reavis from the 1940s.

Some symptoms of TEDxitis — the disease of watching too many TED talks.