Enlace: social cohesion through dialogic spaces

By Gabriela Silva Calle (Enlace’s Co-Founder) My name is Gabriela Silva and I am a volunteer with a heart of a teacher and writer. I remember fondly the day when my volunteer path started. It was in Piura, Peru eight years ago. Since that day I have not stopped thinking about how we as aSigue leyendo “Enlace: social cohesion through dialogic spaces”

Global Solidarity and Intercultural Engagement Narratives

By Marie-Eve Monette (NC Academic Program Coordinator) On September 24th, I was invited by Nexos Comunitarios to give the first talk of its Strong Ideas for a Fair World series. The title of my talk was “Global Solidarity and Intercultural Engagement Narratives,” and since I define engagement as starting with an encounter, I want to start thisSigue leyendo “Global Solidarity and Intercultural Engagement Narratives”

Malnutrition Facts

Kennedy Clark, Purdue University (NC Intern) To many people, malnutrition presents itself as an image of emaciated children with protruding bellies. However, malnutrition has many realities besides this one. It also includes the growing population of children suffering from obesity in western regions, and children in the Andes, who seem otherwise healthy, but are aSigue leyendo “Malnutrition Facts”