Programa Quetzalcóatl es una plataforma ciudadana sin fines de lucro, que busca el bien común de la sociedad mexicana en diversos enfoques: Ecología, Valores, Cultura, Tradición, Labor Social, Perspectiva Política y Económica, Reflexión, etc.
Enseñarle a los ciudadanos de sus derechos fundamentales y constitucionales, a través de juegos, vídeos interactivos y talleres didácticos. Si todos conocen sus derechos habrá un acceso a la justicia simbólico y físico.
FICE builds the capacity of grassroots human rights groups to communicate their message as strategically and effectively as the best marketing campaign, helping them raise the voices of those who are not heard, increase access to justice and political participation, and sustain their impact.
The Preparing Global Leaders Institute (PGLI) is a premiere international educational program for the best students and young professionals in the world. Our specific strategy is to help participants maximize their potential and develop leadership and communication skills.
Equal Generation consist in creating a website with educational information for men and women’s to learn about gender equality, It will be free to access and for everybody to learn, and will have materials ready for organizations and groups for use and teach to more people.
Le Mouton Vert, sustainable entrepreneurship contemporary wool textile design, has lines of clothing and Eco-Home, using raw material from sheep and camelids, a native Chilean Patagonia. Increases the social and ethical work in Chile, working with women in the region.
Talented artisans shouldn’t be in shadows but in limelight. We’re an Artisan Agency which forges relationships of trust with traditional artisans (mostly women from the global south). We share knowledge, best practices, and connections to collaboratively develop their business and make them stars!
Through books, apps & cartoons we tell the story of ‘Detective Dot’, an 8 year old female coder, who goes on global adventures to find out where all her *stuff* comes from e.g. her confused t-shirt who finds his roots in Uzbekistan via China. Dot inspires kids to ask ‘who made this?'.