Grassroots Partnerships for Global Change

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Rooted in the Power of Communities

Since 2002, the Chicago-based Goldin Institute has inspired, equipped and connected grassroots leaders in over 40 countries to lead community driven social change.

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    Chicago Peace Fellows - April 17, 2019
    Dr. Sokoni Karanja shares his thoughts as a Chicago Peace Fellow about the program and his connections with the other Fellows.
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    Chicago Peace Fellows - April 03, 2019
    Alex Levesque at the Automotive Mentoring Group hosts his peer Chicago Peace Fellows to determine the principles and practices that empower shared learning.
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    Chicago Peace Fellows - April 02, 2019
    Chicago artists and social change leaders Tonika Johnson, Jane Saks, Rahmaan Statik and Cecil McDonald host a workshop entitled "Illuminating Perspectives: The Role of the Arts in Social Change" about the intersections between art and social justice for the Chicago Peace Fellows.
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    GATHER - April 01, 2019
    DePaul University Professor Lisa Dush presented the Goldin Institute’s GATHER program as “A Learning Platform for the Margins, not the Masses,” at an April 1, 2019 lightning talk at StudioChi.
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    GATHER Global Fellows - March 28, 2019
    Rebekah Levin, director of evaluation and learning with the Chicago-based Robert R. McCormick Foundation, hosted a workshop for Gather Fellows on how evaluation can help grassroots leaders do their work and communicate effectively.
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    Chicago Peace Fellows - March 22, 2019
    Chicago Peace Fellows visit with the Violence Recovery Team at the University of Chicago Trauma Center to talk about what it takes to work on an wicked problem where you need to engage wide variety stakeholders.
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    Chicago Peace Fellows - March 19, 2019
    Chicago Peace Fellows attend the City Club of Chicago event on Crime and Criminal Justice in Chicago featuring Dr. Jens Ludwig of the University of Chicago Crime Lab.
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    Chicago Peace Fellows - March 08, 2019
    The Chicago Peace Fellows met at DePaul University for the first in-person workshop where we generated the principles that will enable us to learn and work together throughout the fellowship.
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    Chicago Peace Fellows - March 04, 2019
    The Goldin Institute invites you to learn about each of our Chicago Peace Fellows representing 14 neighborhoods across the city as they join together and establish a community of practice determined to promote peace across the city!
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    Goldin Institute - March 01, 2019
    What is the role of architecture and design in social change? Connections 81.2 in Raleigh, North Carolina explores the hypothetical closure of Central Prison and rethinking how civic buildings can have a civic impact to benefit the present and expanding urban population.
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