Interview with Andrew Mott
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The Executive Director of the Community Learning Partnership and Senior Fellow at the Wagner School of Public Service at New York University, Andrew Mott, talked with GUNI about the implication of universities creating educational programs to prepare people for careers in community development and social change. Mott highlights the importance of innovative programmes that include a multi-disciplinary point of view, offer experiential as well as classroom learning and give priority to communities and their issues in the research system.