|Building a Global Citizens Movement|
|Written by Communication officer|
|Tuesday, 23 July 2013 15:11|
These and more questions will be addressed at the first Global Conference held in Johannesburg in November in collaboration with CIVICUS and GCAP. Over the course of two days, 200 participants from around the world will exchange knowledge, experience and current challenges they are confronted with in the fight for global justice. They will be using participatory methodologies to exchange their different viewpoints and narratives to learn from one another and lead to the creation of a Global Citizen Movement. If you want to learn more about the Global Conference; visit our article or carefully read the concept note. The registration is now closed, the selection process is ongoing. We keep you posted...
Please note that due to budgetary constraints, the official communication and the main language during the conference will be English. However, language must not be a limitation and during the event we encourage multilingual participants to help others whenever a difficulty of understanding arises. Being a global citizen also entails crossing language barriers in a spirit of solidarity.
|Last Updated on Monday, 09 September 2013 13:02|