Groupes du membre
Défense des droits de l’Homme (spécialement ceux de la femme et de l’enfant), Protection de l’environnement et conservation de la nature.
Bonjour tous les amis,
rouvez sur le lien ci-dessous le rapport de l’activité (extension) 82 sur les filles-mères et la scolarisation de leurs enfants. : http://logicielrdc.com/download/RAPPORT_ATELIER_DE_CONFERENCE_FILLES_MERES_ET_LEURS__ENFANTS.pdf
Hello all friends,
find the link below the report of the activity (extension) on 82 young mothers and their children’s schooling. : http://logicielrdc.com/download/RAPPORT_ATELIER_DE_CONFERENCE_FILLES_MERES_ET_LEURS__ENFANTS.pdf
Is an international politically neutral and faith-based independent non-profit non-governmental organization in special consultative status with the economic and social council of the United Nations, as of 2014; founded in geneva in 2010 with the stated aim to meet the elementary needs of the world’s children and favour their access to school, food and health.
Reflect upon systemic social change and foster plans of action to initiate a transition based on sound science put to the service of the common good for all humanity.
FutureWAVE is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization creating media that inspires people to see that the wave of the future is not war and ecological omnicide but rather a world that works for everyone. It was founded by director/producer Arthur Kanegis, who had previously produced the Paul Newman/Haskell Wexler film “War Without Winners.”
The Women’s Earth and Climate Action Network (WECAN) unites women globally for climate justice, trainings, on-the-ground projects, just solutions, and movement building. We stand with Indigenous women and women on the front lines of climate change. WECAN is a rights-based organization focusing on the Rights of Women, the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, the Rights of Nature and the Rights of Future Generations.
The world faces an inequality crisis that is spiralling out of control. Across the world we are seeing the gap between the richest and the rest reach extremes not seen in a century. We are a growing group of organisations from diverse sectors and movements with a shared purpose in coming together under the #FightInequality banner. We want to create a movement that is capable of and committed to fighting the extreme inequalities of power and wealth undercutting struggles for a better world, and make possible a generation of progressive policy and practice change from local to international level. Current members include ActionAid, ACT Alliance, Amnesty, Civicus, Femnet, Focus on the Global South, Greenpeace, ITUC and Oxfam. More here http://www.actionaid.org/2016/01/civil-society-leaders-issue-statement-step-fight-inequality
Operation Kindness is a global family of activists, communities and grass roots campaigns. Our purpose is to imagine, articulate, implement and actualize alternatives to neoliberal globalization based upon kindness, altruism and love, which deliver:
• Environmental sustainability
• Equality of access to resources and opportunities
• Restorative and redistributive justice
• Universal access to legal rights
• Genuine participatory democracy
We choose kindness and love as a frame of reference within which a visionary set of transformations will occur, resulting in principled and non-violent revolutionary social change.
Our principles of solidarity can be expressed through the concept of Ubuntu, best described through the Nguini proverb ‘Umuntu ngu-umuntu ngobantu’ meaning ‘I am because we are’. This sense of collective solidarity is expressed through love, caring, tolerance, respect, empathy, accountability and responsibility.
Foster intercultural integration by bridging cultural gaps between divides. We generally work to empower youths, children and the underprivileged. Right now were are creating impact in local communities around Cameroon, by transforming household and animal wastes to biogas, which is later offered to orphans and refugees for free.
Unique en son genre, la plateforme WEROES offre des outils de revendication tels que des pétitions/boycotts/manifestations, mais permet également de construire ensemble des plans d’action personnalisés pour combattre les injustices à échelle globale. Nous serons présents durant le FSM 2016 pour vous donner toutes les clés de compréhension de ce réseau en voie de devenir un outil de référence pour les activistes !
WEROES, unique platform, offers claims’ tools like petition/boycott/demonstration so we can be able to build personalized action plans together in order to fight social injustices at global level. We will be at WSF 2016 to give you all the keys to understanding this social network on track to become a reference tool for activists!
Equitas works for the advancement of equality, social justice and respect for human rights in
Canada and around the world through transformative human rights education programs. We equip local human rights defenders and educators to build more inclusive communities and to contribute to social and economic development goals through democratic participation.
Working together with others, we want to serve the poor, promote justice, harness the power of global solidarity and create transformational change to end poverty, inequalities and threats to the environment both global and local.
RESULTS Canada is a movement of passionate, committed everyday people. Together we use our voices to influence political decisions that will bring an end to poverty. As volunteers, we receive training, support, and inspiration to become skilled advocates. In time, we learn to effectively advise policy makers, guiding them towards decisions that improve access to health, education, and economic opportunity.
Together we realise the incredible power we possess to use our voices to change the world.
CAII is devoted to developing ideas on how to promote democracy, good governance and popular participation in public affairs
Promote awareness in HIV/AIDS, Drug Abuse, Girl Child Education and Training, Advocacy, Youth participation and Empowerment, Human and Social Rights, Fight against Inequalities and Engage young people possess the power to solve the world’s toughest problems.
Common Frontiers is a multi-sectoral working group which confronts, and proposes an alternative to, the social, environmental and economic effects of economic integration in the Americas.
We do this through a combination of research, analysis and action, in cooperation with labour, human rights, environmental, church, development and economic and social justice organizations
Common Frontiers grew out of the experience gained by Canadian organizations in confronting the Free Trade agenda. It was born out of the popular opposition movement to the Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement and the recognition that this opposition must not only cooperate across sectors nationally but also across borders. Common Frontiers went on to play an important strategic role in the struggle against NAFTA and is now helping to build the opposition to the Free Trade Area in the Americas (FTAA).
We are also actively seeking to create alternatives to this agenda. In this, as in the opposition to the Free Trade agenda, the ability to work in solidarity with Latin America and U.S. has been crucial. The result has been an extraordinary experience in cross-border social movement building.
Common Frontiers provides a forum for groups to discuss issues, strategize and coordinate campaigns. Active Canadian groups include:
Help The Street Children (HSC) / Aider les enfants de la Rue (AER) est une association sénégalaise à but non lucratif fondée le 27 Décembre 2012 par un jeune étudiant sénégalais, Waly Edouard Ndiaye.
L’association est composée d’une trentaine de membres qui sont de jeunes sénégalais étudiants en Médecine, Pharmacie, Droit, Anglais, Télécommunication, Marketing, Gestion, Infirmerie. Elle compte également plus d’une trentaine de sympathisants. Son bureau a été créé le 19 Janvier 2013.
Aujourd’hui, plusieurs bureaux ont été créés un peu partout dans le monde (France, Canada, Etats Unis, …).
Help The Street Children (HSC) / Aider les Enfants de la Rue a pour objectif de:
– Veiller à la bonne santé des enfants de la rue
– Participer à l’éducation académique et à la formation professionnelle des enfants de la rue
– Contribuer à la survie et au bien – être des enfants de la rue
– Favoriser la réinsertion des enfants de la rue dans la société
Help The Street Children (HSC) / Aider les Enfants de la Rue (AER) intervient dans la rue et au sein des daaras (écoles coraniques) au Sénégal. Elle vient en aide aux enfants de la rue et aux enfants talibés âgés entre 5 et 17 ans.
CoopCoffees exists to import high-quality, organic green coffee from small-scale farmer organizations to build long-term relationships and foster fair and equitable trading practices. Our goal is to make coffee-growing a sustainable and beneficial endeavor for farmer families and their communities.
CoopCoffees strives to be:
A Thriving Importing Business – Our terms of trade are the best choice in the eyes of our trading partners and our business practices are defined, documented and disseminated to serve as a model for the coffee industry.
A Thriving Community – We understand the basic needs of our trading partners and facilitate access to specific expertise to help small-scale farmers improve their production capabilities and meet their basic needs. We measure the impact of our relationships not only economically, but also in terms of overall quality of life for our partners and their communities.
A Thriving Cooperative – Our governance and operations are: explicit, effective, efficient, forward-looking, fun-loving, fair-minded, and sustainable.
The Centre for Education and Research on Latin America and the Caribbean is an interdisciplinary research unit concerned with the economic development, political and social organization, and cultural contribution of the two regionser iinform researchers, policy advisors and the public.