Kas Sempere

United Kingdom

A popular education lover. A Reflect practitioner and trainer since 2008. Have recently supported the creation of new tools to understand the areas of taxation and unpaid care work. Also interested in the role of participatory methods in research, especially in mixed methods research. From València, Spain. Based in London. Also speak French and Portuguese if that helps.

Recent Activity

5 years ago

If used with students, they need to be old enough to be able to categorise in abstract categories. Wont probably work with little ones. Drawing is nice to involve participants but perhaps need to keep a limited time for…

5 years ago
Kas has added The ideal school – paying twice for education as a "tool I have used"
5 years ago
Kas has added What is VAT? The shopping list. as a "tool I have used"
5 years ago

Resource toolkit for this tool can be found on www.actionaid.org/sites/files/actionaid/tax_power_reflection-action_toolkit_-_mar_2016.pdf (see tool 2). A perfect tool to introduce the idea of tax and link it to public s…

5 years ago
Kas has added The tax stones as a "tool I have used"
5 years ago
Kas has added The market mountain - multiple taxation as a "tool I have used"
5 years ago

This tool is great. Creates deep discussion. Challenges that emerge are often many and people may leave in a sad mood. Perhaps important to close up with a bit of priorisation and action plans to channel energies.

5 years ago
Kas has added Public services map as a "tool I have used"
5 years ago
Kas has added Kite - grounding international work as a "tool I have used"
5 years ago

I adore this tool. Very nice conversation coming out of this tool - shows us that inequality in unpaid care work is not only about time but about resources! Resources, resources, resources, come up!

5 years ago
Kas has added Household expenditure wallet as a "tool I have used"
5 years ago
Kas replied to a comment on the tool "Activity mapping"

And a nice alternative to time surveys!

5 years ago

This is a tool that takes time. Happened to me often that lots of energy was spent on setting up the tool (cards, time for groups, etc.) and then little time (and energy) was left for analysis. A balance of both is idea…

5 years ago
Kas has added Activity mapping as a "tool I have used"