The Fellowship in University Innovation at Arizona State University (ASU) is designed to engage early career policy-makers, analysts, researchers, communicators, writers, designers and leaders in big ideas and real program building processes that can transform higher education institutions. Fellows will develop skills essential to building and communicating programs linked to institutional and societal change, and will be given a unique opportunity to reimagine existing institutions.
Third Age is a voluntary, community organisation which aims to empower local communities throughout Ireland by promoting to best effect the resource its older people represent.
As well as providing a centre for local activities and programmes for older people in Summerhill, Co Meath and a wide catchment area, Third Age operates a number of national programmes, acts as an advocate for older people and forges useful alliances with other age sector and community organisations working together for the betterment of people of all ages in Irish society.
Promover em trechos erradicados da Estrada de Ferro Central do Brasil e Estrada de Ferro Oeste de Minas, a reutilização destas antigas estradas como Estrada Parque, ou como é conhecido na Espanha: VIAS VERDES - vias de transporte não motorizado, que favorece a prática de esportes (ciclismo), o turismo rural, a agroecologia e o fortalecimento da Agricultura Familiar.
'Football For Life' is a landmark charitable grassroots project which brings joy into the lives of disadvantaged children in migrant worker communities in China. FFL provides in-curricula coaching courses delivered by British FA qualified coaches and local assistants in an educational and fun English language environment.
The Voices of Women Organizing Project (VOW) brings together survivors of domestic violence to improve the systems that abused women and their children turn to for safety and justice. VOW provides training, support and technical assistance so that survivors can reclaim their power, identify their needs and collectively craft public recommendations. VOW members organize to promote long-term systemic change by documenting institutional failures, testifying at hearings, creating position papers and meeting with local and state officials.