The Ripple Effect: Communities Empowered Through Individual Transformation
Thu, March 26, 2009; 09:00 - 10:30
Effective models for empowerment serve to transform not only power on a personal level, but have the ability to impact a wider community when executed effectively. This session looks at proven models for empowerment from across the globe and examines the relationship between personal empowerment and community power. Panelists will discuss the critical design elements that make empowerment models effective in achieving lasting impact, not only at an individual level, but across entire communities.
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