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Generaciones en Accion

Let’s Conversate with Generation Z

  Objective: – Know: What do they do? How do I identify them? What do you like? We will talk with 3 girls from three different countries (USA, Mexico and Guatemala)

Reborn with Janusz Mielnicki

  Discover and reaffirm the mission and legacy in your life.

Let’s Talk About Domestic Violence

  The objectives of the presentation are: 1.) Recognize the forms of domestic violence 2.) Prevention tools.

Anti-Racist Paths #3

  3rd Dialogue “Anti-Racist Paths” Generaciones en Acción, Guagua Foundation from Colombia and Community We invite you to a series of intercultural and multigenerational dialogues in Spanish. “My Family and My Community – Anti-Racist Paths” We will be on Facebook Live and live on the Zoom platform (Generaciones en Acción) Thursday, September 10, 2020.

Building Resilience in Times of Uncertainty

  (Spanish Event) Objectives: – Know the current context. – Get to know our toolbox. – Plan to build resilience.

The Legacy of Grandparents

            “From childhood, I felt respect towards nature and mother earth, as well as love towards medicinal plants. My grandmother was born in 1886. She took care of me since I was one and six months old. Growing up, I observed she had faith in plants, fruits, and vegetables. She...

The Best of Me, to Lead Myself Today

    Objectives: – Generating paradigm context – Victim / Protagonist – How to formulate possible objectives, sustainable over time – Tips or strong ideas for this decade 2020

50 Years Old… Now What? Challenges and Achievements in this New World with COVID-19

  Claudia Powell (53), Henry Salzer (58), Karen Fernandez (59), and Vilma Dieguez (56), Claudia Powell (53) will share with us their challenges and learnings in these times.

Conquering my Personal Power with Verónica Saavedra

  (Spanish Event) Purposes: 1.) Learn to Live in Adulthood 2.) Cultivate Dignity 3.) Recognize my Personal Power

Adolescents and COVID-19: Challenges and Opportunities

  What do young people and adolescents think about COVID-19? Four young people between 18 and 25 years old share their challenges and achievements during this time.
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