Curo works with communities that want to think effectively together. We help groups we work with to find, ask, and answer the questions that matter to them, together.
Through after-school clubs, festival workshops and summer camps, CURO works to empower young thinkers to see the connections between the ways we think and live together. We think that diverse communities help us think better together. So, we’re committed to providing scholarship places at our camps and afterschool programmes.
We use the P4C (Philosophy for Children) pedagogy to create programmes for the partners and communities that we work with that foster philosophical questioning and critical dialogue.
CURO was founded by Dr Orla Richardson, Annie McKeown-O’Donovan and Lucy Elvis after they began working in the P4C (Philosophy for Children) pedagogy saw the potential for meaningful philosophical inquiry in different contexts. We’re philosophers who see the value in posing and exploring philosophical questions together (and understand how much fun this can be!)
If you’re interested in working with us, please drop us a line: firstname.lastname@example.org