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The “Solidarivanje” project led honors the essential workers who risked their lives in the times of the coronavirus pandemic in BiH through promotional materials like artistic posters, which will be displayed in the busiest places in Sarajevo.
Through the concept of “eco mainstreaming”, which is used for evaluation of every day actions and how those actions influence the eco system, the group wants to raise awareness of how ecology is embedded in every aspect of life and how changing small things can help in creating a cleaner and better environment.
Break the Cage
This project aims bring the divided Bosnian society together in a fun and artistic way through a coloring book depicting three birds living together peacefully which represent the three main ethnic groups of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Pozitivnije (On the Bright Side)
A project led by young Bosnian women who strive to explore positive stories and promote interpersonal relations in times of the pandemic, raising awareness of the importance of maintaining good communication, and reducing the level of isolation through online interactive socialization.
Filling the Gaps: Career Guidance + Navigating College
Senior Fellow Yumika Takeshita organized a series of workshops to expose students to different professions and to get them ready for college.
Detroit Grant Reflection: A Pocket Park in Dexter-Lintwood
A reflection by Asma Baban on her Detroit Grant project, a pocket park in the Dexter-Linwood neighborhood of Detroit
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Landecker Democracy Fellow Zawdie Sandvliet is a Social Studies teacher and the initiator of the Afro-Dutch Studies at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences. His project will create awareness around the historically determined disparities within the Dutch elementary and high school education system when it comes to opportunities and educational results.
#Trillenials for civil society
Landecker Democracy Fellow Vlad Dumitrescu is currently working for the Civil Society Development Foundation in Bucharest, Romania. Vlad will work with a group of at least 25 young individuals, who will be called #trillenials, from all over Romania, and enroll them in a one-year learning program.
Landecker Democracy Fellow Vincent Kadiri is a Nigerian German scientist currently pursuing his doctorate degree at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Stuttgart, Germany. Vincent wants to establish a grassroots network of BIPOC scientists that focuses on improving communication and ensuring more equity within the sciences.
The Caledonia School of Speech Writing
Landecker Democracy Fellow Laura Westring is a writer and Leadership Communications Consultant who leads Public Affairs at Amiqus, a tech for good company. In her project she will develop Scotland's first residential (or online) Speech Writing School which will inspire young people from diverse backgrounds to cultivate their leadership potential.