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CHALLENGING TIMES: An Artistic Pandemic

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By participating in the project, the time of lockdown will not be remembered as lost time or a time of powerlessness, but as a time of silent inner growth. – J.S.Y., India Rita Eckart from stART…

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What Now?: Social Needs of Today

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“Living In Between Spaces” aims to host an ongoing conversation about the social issues arising out of COVID-19, the prevailing systemic racism exposed after George Floyd’s death, the climate crisis, and the oppression of individual…

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Living In Between Spaces : The First WSIF Web-Seminar Series

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Text: Nicole Asis [PH] | Poster Design: Juan Bottero [AR] The first WSIF Webinar Series | Layout by Juan Bottero [AR] The pandemic has uncovered so many systemic problems on a global scale that almost…

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Spaces : Encountering Nature and Another

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Social Initiative Forum Project Leader Joan Sleigh highlights three questions emerging out of the COVID-19 pandemic and current events worldwide in this 4-part series.  Text: Joan Sleigh [ZA] | Photo: Nicole Asis [PH] © Nicole…

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“Money and Consciousness 2020” Webinar Series launched in South America

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Marilu Sandoval [AR] reports on the Spanish-Portuguese webinar series “Money and Consciousness 2020” in South America – an online conference on ethical banking and social health of humanity. (Full article in Spanish. Partly translated into…

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A Worldwide Social Art Program from stART International

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Enlivening Social Life: Solidarity in the Time of COVID-19  A Call for Participation from our partner organization stART International on a homeopathic way of dealing with the pandemic through “Challenging Times”. (Deutsch weiter unten) Text &…

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