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2020 Earth Day Virtual Connector| (April 21) At the 2020 Earth Day Virtual Connector, join a global online community and hear from amazing leaders and organizations sharing practical ways each of us can protect and restore our planet. This event will also include interactive online networking where you’ll meet and connect with inspiring, purpose-driven people who are innovating within the world of sustainability and making a positive impact for a greener planet with their daily decisions.
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Future of Philanthropy| (May 6) In an economic downturn, what are the best adaptive strategies for nonprofits to become resilient? Most nonprofits rely on traditional philanthropy, such as foundations, corporations, or high net-worth individuals, to fund their important missions. These forms of giving however, are not reliable in economic uncertainty or a recession. How can nonprofits survive and thrive at a time when market forces are affecting their biggest donors? And, how can philanthropy evolve to be more secure and equitable overall?
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Networking Online During Coronavirus| (April 20) Building a diverse and supportive network has always been the most important thing you can do to ensure job security and career options. Now, due to the Coronavirus/COVID-19 outbreak, it is even more important – and difficult – to foster a network that will support your career. In this webinar, Marcos Salazar, Co-founder and CEO of Be Social Change, will share key online strategies and techniques for building inspiring, purposeful, and mutually beneficial relationships during this time of uncertainty.
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Venezuela Update: Regime Change Efforts in the Time of Coronavirus | Join us for a conversation with Hector Figarella, a Venezuelan-American social justice activist and a medical first responder from Greenfield, Massachusetts. Hector will lead the webinar and provide an update on Venezuela, including their fight against the Coronavirus, the recent escalation of military pressure by the US, the so called “transition” plan of the US government to remove President Maduro, and the indictment of president Maduro, a 15 million dollar bounty for alleged narco-trafficking.
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Navigating a Career Change During Coronavirus| (April 27) The impact of COVID-19 is having a profound impact on the economy. With the world of work changing daily, how do you manage a career change during a time of extreme uncertainty? Marcos Salazar, Career Coach and CEO + Co-Founder of Be Social Change, will share strategies and tips to use this time of social isolation for taking proactive steps in making a career change. In this live webinar and coaching Q&A.
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Future of Sustainable Development Goals| (April 29) How are the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) shaping the impact of governments, businesses, and nonprofits? Five years into the ambitious goals and in the midst of a global pandemic, organizations across all sectors are grappling with how to motivate their workers and supporters around the objectives. In this interactive online panel, learn from experts sharing insights, trends, and best-practices on what SDG initiatives have been the most successful and where the globe stands in meeting this vision for the future.
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Future of Community Building| (May 27) Building a community has never been more difficult or imperative. How can we design inspiring, engaged communities, especially in the face of crises and barriers like social distancing? Join us for this interactive online panel about trends, challenges, and best practices in the art of building community. Learn what makes for the best communities, and how to design them in the context of COVID-19.
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Saint-Petersburg Legal Forum| (April 10) The ongoing sanitary catastrophe and the reaction measures taken by the States affect public health, economy, social fabric, rights and liberties, and not least the way our life is regulated by law. The viability of our legal systems is contingent on their capacity to shape an effective response to the pandemic without undermining our common values enshrined in national constitutions and international treaties. How to ensure that States’ legitimate duty to protect life of the nation does not turn into arbitrariness and disproportionate hindrance with our lives? To what extent should the State primary responsibility for containing the crisis be checked by other States’ peer review? How does the crisis change the role of international institutions in assisting the States and coordinating their responses to the catastrophe? Live Online Debate.
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Self Quarantine Tools & Support| Supportive tools to help our community through these difficult times. Includes the Health & Body DRE, guides to host a digital Magnetic Meetup & Roadmap with 3 Deep Imaginings to help you navigate fear, lack and isolation!
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“We need PPE [personal protective equipment]"| About a dozen frontline healthcare and nursing home caretakers stood on Carnegie Avenue in Cleveland, fighting a blustery wind and brief pelting rain, to protest the lack of personal protective equipment (PPE) being provided at their places of work Thursday.
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The “Day of the Landless” statement | With governments around the world rushing to contain the further spread of COVID-19, often with restrictive lockdown measures, 119 organizations from 30 countries and five global regions today called for the assertion of the rights and welfare of rural and all toiling peoples. In a joint statement, the groups stressed that the rural people have been among the most vulnerable to the impacts of the COVID-19 global pandemic. The statement was released to mark the annual “Day of the Landless”, which various groups use as an event to highlight the issues on and struggles for land of peasant communities.
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We, Amazon Workers, Demand Coronavirus Protections! | Earlier this month, a group of senators wrote a letter to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos expressing concern for the safety of Amazon workers and asking, among other things, whether the company would temporarily shut down facilities and provide paid leave for workers if someone tests positive for COVID-19. A petition among workers calling for a similar approach has garnered more than 1,500 signatures. The workers at JFK8 are also calling for paid leave while the facility is shut down for cleaning.
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#STAYTHEFUCKHOME |Earlier this month, a group of senators wrote a letter to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos expressing concern for the safety of Amazon workers and asking, among other things, whether the company would temporarily shut down facilities and provide paid leave for workers if someone tests positive for COVID-19. A petition among workers calling for a similar approach has garnered more than 1,500 signatures. The workers at JFK8 are also calling for paid leave while the facility is shut down for cleaning.
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Covid 19 and the Disability Movement: Leaving No-One Behind | In the light of the COVID19 pandemic and with the aim to support a disability-inclusive response to the crisis, International Disability Alliance (IDA) has launched this hub-page to share the most recent updates and resources as they become available.
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Use the Defense Production Act to Protect Frontline Professionals and Those They Care For | We are calling upon you to use your power as a lawmaker to get us the basic lifesaving supplies we need! The Defense Production Act must be invoked and used. We call on lawmakers to join together to insist the President use it to produce critically needed lifesaving masks, respirators, gowns, gloves, and ventilators and distributed based on need.
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Tell Congress: We demand nurses are protected during COVID-19. | Tell Congress: We demand nurses are protected during COVID-19. Nurses across the country report that they are not receiving the proper staffing, personal protective equipment (PPE), education, and communication from their employers, or isolation rooms they need to safely care for COVID-19 patients. This is unconscionable. At a moment when we are asking nurses and other health care workers to step up and protect people, we must be able to protect them as well.
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C19 Help Squad - Give Help | Providing assistance, such as Assistance with bills, rent, purchasing medicine and other financial needs, or local assistance like grocery shopping, shoveling snow, mowing the yard, etc.
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#digitalstrike: how the climate action movement is responding to COVID-19 | Those calls for action will include simultaneously tweeting with the #onlineclimatestrike or #digitalclimatestrike hashtags to make it a trending topic, stepping outside to make noise, and a mass texting to an unspecified provincial political office, she said.
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Voices of Youth: Take action and Help Fight Covid 19 | SHARE your story or creative content with Voices of Youth and follow us on Twitter. DO A TUTORIAL: If you have a skill or a hobby that you can do safely from home (dancing, cooking, poetry, fitness, art) you can also share that with friends online to brighten up their day - and yours. GO LIVE on social media and show people how to wash their hands correctly and/or talk about the importance of physical distancing. You could also take part in one of the many local and global social media challenges happening to promote health and safety around COVID-19 or to boost people’s spirits. INTERVENE when you hear or see family sharing misinformation or making discriminatory/xenophobic comments – in person, on social media or even in the family WhatsApp group. Learn how to do that.
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Give Blood, Help Save Lives | Thanks to the many who gave blood and scheduled upcoming appointments over the past couple of weeks, the American Red Cross has been able to meet immediate patient needs. During this uncertain time, we encourage individuals to keep scheduled blood, platelet or AB Elite plasma donation appointments and to make new donation appointments for the weeks ahead to ensure a stable supply throughout this pandemic.
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Webinar: Coronavirus and its impact on SDGs| (April 21) The coronavirus pandemic has presented a series of challenges to the global volunteer community. However, despite the various obstacles and hurdles, volunteers around the world are using this as an opportunity to come together in solidarity and turn the crisis into a catalyst to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
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Access and Humanitarian Protection: Lessons From Restricted Operational Contexts and Their Application to the COVID-19 Operational Environment| (April 22) Humanitarian protection is often the most needed in the very conflict zones where access is also the most restricted. Whether in areas controlled by armed groups or government forces, in situations when civilians have their basic rights and physical safety threatened, humanitarians carrying out protection work and advocacy are likely to face actors trying to restrict their access and ability to operate, or simply keep them out. Series of webinars on access and humanitarian protection organized by the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC), PHAP, and the Global Protection Cluster (GPC).
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Coronavirus Tech Handbook | The Coronavirus Tech Handbook is a crowd-sourced library for technologists, civic organisations, public and private institutions, researchers, and specialist say of all kinds working on responses to the pandemic. It is a rapidly evolving resource with thousands of expert contributors. • If you find or make something that you think might be useful to someone, add it to the handbook.Before you start a project, look through the handbook to see if it's already been done. If you are working on a project, join the chat in the relevant section and tell us about it! You want to help us keep this whole thing organised, join the librarians!
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Social Solidarity in a time of crisis | We want to know what people are doing to build resilience and solidarity in your community and keep up climate organising in these times.Make sure to connect with us on social media so you can follow the latest new ideas as the situation evolves. Join the conversation on social media to share your own ideas and show social solidarity with others. There are beautiful examples being shared on the threads below and on hashtags like #SocialSolidarity #NoOneLeftBehind #PeoplesBailout.
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Online Volunteering | The Coronavirus has changed how we go about our daily lives. If you’re feeling restless about spending extra time inside, now is the perfect time to explore volunteer opportunities from home. Whether you’re under a mandatory quarantine or just taking appropriate precautions by limiting social interaction, consider volunteer opportunities you can do virtually from the comfort of home.
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#ColorOurCollections | Launched by The New York Academy of Medicine Library in 2016, #ColorOurCollections is an annual coloring festival on social media during which libraries, museums, archives and other cultural institutions around the world share free coloring content featuring images from their collections.The annual #ColorOurCollections week generally occurs on the first full week of February, when new coloring books are released on this website and shared throughout the week by the participating institutions on social media. The coloring books from 2020 and previous years remain accessible year-round for free download.
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