This book describes a two-year project to build leadership capacity in residents of government housing estates. The project was based on the belief that learning is constructed by the learner out of his/her own history of interactions over a life time and from whatever there is in the environment that fits with the learner’s current state and is therefore recognized by him/her in some way. Thus any changes brought about in the learner as s/he interacts in the learning environments provided by the project leader are in fact learning. Such an approach means that there can be no “voice of authority” telling the learning what to learn and no expectation that the learner will learn whatever it is that the project leader has intended.
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