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Thanks so very much for continuing to publish, and with the aid of your wonderful staff, the AFB monthly magazine, AccessWorld. I have been enjoying your awesome publication about accessibility for the blind since about a year ago, when I was introduced to it by an online forum. I believe your articles are very informative, entertaining, and, most importantly, useful to me as I start embarking on my journey to become a teacher of the visually impaired (TVI.)
You will find two threads in the discussion forum [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)] for this activity. The first asks what it means to be an independent voluntary sector. The second asks what kind of practices you might follow in order to become more agonistic in your approach with other organisations. Bear in mind that agonism does not mean open hostility but an engaged form of challenge filtered through the norms of liberal-democratic practice. Spend 15 minutes writing in one of the discussion threads (or both if you like). Please do share your experiences, as well as your opinions, and answer the points made by other learners (we have allowed 30 minutes of your time for this). 1e1e36bf2d