Budd Hall

Professor Emeritus with the School of Public Administration

Budd Hall is a Professor Emeritus with the School of Public Administration and Co-Chair of the UNESCO Chair in Community Based Research and Social Responsibility in Higher Education. Budd was the founding Director of the University of Victoria Office of Community-based Research and is a Senior Fellow in the Centre for Global Studies at the University of Victoria.Former Dean of the Faculty of Education at the University of Victoria, Budd has worked in Nigeria, Tanzania, Venezuela, Brazil, Chile, Germany, Thailand, Yemen, Uganda, England, and the United States. He has done both theoretical and practical work for almost 40 years in various aspects of community-based adult education and learning and participatory research.

Budd is a member of the International Adult Education Hall of Fame and was selected for the 2005 Canadian Bureau of International Education Innovation in International Education Award. He was granted an Honourary Doctorate by St. Francis Xavier University in 2011. His most recent books include Learning and Education for a Better World: The Role of Social Movements by Sense Publishing, Knowledge, Democracy and Action: Community University Research Partnerships in Global Perspectives by Manchester University Press, World Report on Higher Education 5 by GUNi and Palgrave-Macmillan, Teaching Learning Community Based Research by the University of Toronto Press, and Strengthening Community University Research Partnerships: Global Perspectives by UVic and PRIA press. Budd is the husband of Dr. Darlene Clover, father of Dana and Shawn Hall, Grandfather of Quincy Pugh Hall, Leo Pugh Hall, and Ashton Edward Hall. He is also a poet.

Budd Hall est professeur émérite à l’École d’administration publique et coprésident de la Chaire UNESCO en recherche communautaire et responsabilité sociale eenseignement supérieur, professeur de développement communautaire à l’École de l’administrationpublique de l’Université de Victoria. Il est directeur fondateur du bureau de recherche communautaire de l’Université de Victoria et agrégé supérieur au Centre for Global Studies de l’Université de Victoria. Ancien doyen de la faculté d’éducation de l’Université de Victoria, M. Hall a travaillé au Nigéria, en Tanzanie, au Venezuela, au Brésil, au Chili, en Allemagne, en Thaïlande, au Yémen, en Ouganda, en Angleterre et aux États-Unis. Il a travaillé pendant 40 ans sur la théorie et la pratique des différents aspects de la recherche participative axée sur la communauté, sur l’éducation des adultes et sur l’apprentissage dans les mouvements sociaux.

Il est membre du International Adult Education Hall of Fame et a été lauréat du prix d’innovation en éducation internationale du Bureau canadien de l’éducation internationale en 2005. Il a également obtenu un doctorat honorifique de l’Université-Saint-François-Xavier en 2011. Ses publications récentes comprennent les livres suivants : Learning and Education for a Better World: The Role of Social Movements aux éditions Sense Publishing, Knowledge, Democracy and Action: Community-University Research Partnerships in Global Perspectives aux éditions MUP et World Report on Higher Education 5: Knowledge, Engagement for Social Change Through Higher Education aux éditions GUNi et PalgraveMcMillan, Teaching Learning Community Based Research aux éditions UoT, et Strengthening Community University Research Partnerships: Global Perspectives aux éditions UVic et PRIA. M. Hall est le conjoint de Dr.Darlene Clover, père de Dana et Shawn Hall, grand-père de Quincy Pugh Hall, Leo Pugh Hall, et Ashton Edward Hall. Il est également poète 

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Decolonizing Knowledge: Canada’s Leadership in Knowledge Partnerships

Room 106 AB

Register for this session   Canadian institutions – CSOs, Universities, Think Tanks, Government bodies, Ministries – worked together with a shared purpose which is inspired by Canada’s leadership of values, ideas, and relationships. This leadership includes and values diverse voices and partners from around the world. Panellists from India, Philippines and Canada will share their […]