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An exchange experience for empowering youth in Brazil and Latin America.
Latest Activity: Jul 8, 2012
Started by SEUNG JUNG LEE May 22, 2008.
Very good network Tutor mentor connection!!! I´m in contact with Ben Parkinson he is helping us!
I didn´t make contact with Catalytic Communities, but seems intersting... I´m gonna check!
One hope of the Tutor/Mentor Connection in hosting this forum is that groups in different cities and countries would use their own web sites to aggregate a list of links to other youth serving organizations in their own cities/countries so that what we do here spreads help throughout a country and connects more organizations to each other. Through this we hope to attract attention of philanthropists who might not want to support one or two small organizations.
Are you familiar withCatalytic Communities, which is located in Brazil?
We also work with Ciranda NGO and British Council. Both works on promoting children rigths and doing activities on EduComunication.
We talk from Curitiba - South Brazil ... in 1992 it was considered the ecological capital. But currentily we are working all over Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, etc.. Noth south east west... all directions. hahahahahha....
What other youth groups are you working with in Brazil? Are you operating from a specific city?
We are developing an environmental education project for children and tennagers. We are looking for internacional partners, watch:
access our game blog: http://ehcos.blogspot.com
Jay van AmstelAmbiente em Movimento Institute
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