Jean-Louis Lamborary speaking about community to community transfer to students at VU, Amsterdam

Jean Louis Lamboray, Chair of the Constellation, was invited to speak to students of 'Community Health Interventions' at Vrije University, Amsterdam, in January, 2014.  He spoke about 'Transfer' as a strategy for spreading competence from community to community.

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Comment by khorchi laurie on June 30, 2014 at 8:54pm

Thank you for this post and record of JL and communities experiences on community to community transfer. 

Very interesting to here in that way! 

Comment by Rituu B. Nanda on June 25, 2014 at 3:35pm

Thanks for recording the video Bobby. It is valuable. Gracias Laurie for facilitating the posting of the video.

Merci Jean Louis for your sharing. During my masters in contemporary Indian History what drew me most were the non-violent movements led by Mahatama Gandhi for India's independence from British rule. This was from the period 1919-1947. There was no television or Internet or Facebook or what's app:-) So why do movements occur, why do people share? When does share become transfer? What do people share? I am glad to hear your inputs and if I do my Phd it will around this topic. Thanks for further stimulating me. 

Please could you elaborate on the relation you draw between appreciation and transfer ( the volume in the video dropped a bit at this point). 

Here is what i learned on community's strategy for transfer ( my learning from Bangla speaking migrant women in Mumbai).


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