Dedicated to the integration of spirituality, social action, and empathic communication, the Connection Action Project supports system change. They use simple practices that include observation, connection with the body, exploration of feelings, needs and much more. Their primary offering is creating a container for those experiencing and needing to deal with conflict.
The Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers represent a global alliance of prayer, education and healing for Mother Earth, all Her inhabitants, and for many generations to come. The council is deeply concerned with the destruction of the earth and indigenous ways of life. They believe that “the teachings of our ancestors will light our way through an uncertain future.”
This month marks the anniversary of Peter Benenson article, “The Forgotten Prisoners.” Fifty-one years later, Amnesty International continues to build a movement that audaciously defends inequalities in human rights all over the globe. This short, produced by Jeff Dupre, documents 50 years of Amnesty International’s tireless work.