Chat about Using and Co-creating the Toolkit: Collaborative Coffee Break
Do you have Burning Questions about the Interdependence: Global Solidarity and Local Action Toolkit? Come to the Collaborative Coffee Hour on Monday, March 1st from 10:00-10:30 am EST to ask any of your Toolkit related questions (hosted by Samantha Brandauer and Eric Hartman). Register here.
One of the most exciting projects to come out of the Collaborative in 2020 was the Interdependence Toolkit.
Why – you ask?
It is a tangible, co-created, hopeful, future-forward & action-oriented example of:
We share common purposes.
We learn from and align with individuals who are most affected.
We advocate for ethical community-based learning, rejecting colonialism.
We seek and support participation from individuals who are most affected.
We clarify our theories of change.
We advocate for responsible story-sharing and ethical representation.
We are intentional & transparent.
We co-create just, inclusive and sustainable communities.
In many ways it highlights what we do well when we work in community, with shared purpose and while recognizing and giving voice to the diversity of expertise, backgrounds, identities and experiences of our members and friends.
Do you still have questions about the Toolkit and how to get more involved?
Good news! We welcome your questions and your involvement.
Learn More: Background Video Overviews
- A Toolkit for Understanding Local Issues in Global Context, Including Racism and Structural Inequality, with Nicole Stokes, Associate Provost for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at St. Joseph’s University and Eric Hartman, Executive Director of the Center for Peace and Global Citizenship at Haverford College
- Global Teaching and Learning in the Time of COVID-19: Open Access, Virtual Collaborations and New Global Learning Pathways, with Samantha Brandauer – Associate Provost and Executive Director, Center for Global Study and Engagement; Julia Carnine – Resident Director, Dickinson in France and Contributing Faculty; Bruno Grazioli – Resident Director, Dickinson in Italy: Italian Studies and Contributing Faculty; Lindsey Lyons – Assistant Director, Center for Sustainability Education, all of Dickinson College.
Come to the Collaborative Coffee Hour on Monday, March 1st from 10:00-10:30 am EST to ask any of your Toolkit related questions (hosted by Samantha Brandauer and Eric Hartman). Register here.
This semester we are continuing our Toolkit design working-group from last semester to steward and curate the Toolkit. If you can commit to bi-weekly meetings every other Monday am from 8:45-10:15 EST (or at least one a month!) and really want to get your hands dirty co-creating, updating, and improving upon the Toolkit, please email Samantha Brandauer (firstname.lastname@example.org). Our next meeting is Monday, March 8th.
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