The Community Based Global Learning Collaborative, a diffuse network with a home in the Haverford College Center for Peace and Global Citizenship
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Table of Contents
Welcome: Introduction and Overview
Interdependence & Civic Action
How are we interdependent, and how might we grapple with that?
What does global citizenship have to do with local actions and community-building?
What is structural violence, and why is understanding it essential for informed civic action?
How do people organize to advance justice, inclusion, and sustainability?
How do my strengths, skills, and dispositions relate to advancing just, inclusive, sustainable communities?
What is sustainability and in what ways does it interconnect with global solidarity and local actions?
How is global citizenship related to ecological interdependence?
How do we know whether we make progress on justice, inclusion, and sustainability?
How can you strengthen your knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviors to enact cultural humility in diverse contexts?
How can cultural humility help us recognize and challenge power imbalances while advancing institutional accountability?
What is global health and why does it matter?
How can research contribute to building more just, inclusive, and sustainable communities?
Research for what? For whom?
How does my positionality relate to how I might share stories to advance positive social change?
How can we ensure co-construction through all phases of the research process?
Fair Trade Learning – Ethical Partnerships
How can we work to ensure ethical community-campus partnerships in local and global experiential education?
How can we apply Fair Trade Learning to partnerships?
Justice, Inclusion, and Sustainability in Philadelphia
What is the status of justice, inclusion, and sustainability in Philadelphia?
Decarceration in the #Philly region – Where to start?
Where can I get started with organizations advancing sustainability in Philadelphia?
What is structural racism, and how has it affected the #Philly region?
European Social Change and Activism
How are concepts, practices, and histories of social change and activism unique in European contexts?
More than 50 years later, why are we still talking about 1968? What are its legacies in Europe?
Does grassroots organizing make change happen – in Europe?