The ETC summer academy is back! INTERNATIONAL SUMMER ACADEMY ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE CITY: HOW TO MANAGE HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE CITY? 23 to 27 September 2014 Graz/Austria. The summer academy aims at…Continue
Refugee Testimonies Workshop at Clark UniversitySeptember 19-21, 2014The International Development, Community and Environment Department at Clark University is offering a three-day workshop entitled,…Continue
"Our national honor is stained by the indignity and inhumane treatment these men received from their captors... After years of disclosures by government investigations, media accounts, and reports from human rights organizations, there is no longer any doubt as to whether the…Continue
Civic Education Resource Guide
Are you a member with experience or interest in the field of civic education? If so, please share your knowledge and thoughts with us!
Resource Guide Summary:
This guide will provide readers with an overview of the purpose of civic education, different definitions of civic education, and what makes civic education effective. The…
With new technologies readily available, there has been a rise in virtual NGOs. Navigating the space in which such NGOs exist was the topic of one of the Interaction 2014 Forums.
Several different ideas were discussed in this workshop and among those that I found to be most interesting, was that of membership. Specifically, the workshop touched on the changes in defining membership, where in the past, members were those who simply donated money. …
How can we be global change makers? Interaction Forum 2014 presents many interesting responses to this question. One particularly interesting session this morning that sought to answer this question was a workshop titled “Social Change Anytime Everywhere: Best Practices to Build a Multichannel Campaign Plan,” with speakers Allyson Kapin, Co-Founder of the Rad Campaign and Amy Sample Ward, CEO of NTEN. This session was based on their book titled…Continue