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- Develop their whole selves
- Address local and global community issues
- Recognize and cultivate personal and collective power
- Build relationships and mentorship sin fronteras
- Access the tools necessary to transform their own lives in community and collaboration with others
We firmly believe that poverty anywhere impacts the right and ability to human flourishing for all individuals. We believe that a just “global village” will require a multi-dimensional process that involves real social and economic investment transcending national borders, that is grounded in community-to-community action, and is sustained by relationships of shared power that encourage innovation, participation, and honor the inherent worth and dignity of all people involved.
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Clinton Global Initiative University-- 2011 and beyond!
This April 2011, CLP will send six representatives to the conference:
CLP Interns: Sara Crowder, Francis Gaona, Cheng Ung and Serkadis Krohm
CLP Coordinators: Samantha Wilson and MDS Shiva
CLP has been selected to be highlighted on the MTVu Dean's List-- a special "spotlight" on CGIU Commitments to Action that include an introduction of the team members and a music video that highlights their work.
This year's team has selected Ben Harper's, "With My Own Two Hands." You can watch the video here.
In 2009, CLP has also been acknowledged on-stage at the event as an "exemplary approach to addressing a specific global challenge." CLP was then awarded the "Outstanding Commitment Award" with a $4,000 grant to continue its programming throughout Summer and Winter of 2009.
2010 Press Release: http://newsroom.ucr.edu/news_item.html?action=page&id=2307 Read the 2009 Press Releases: Child Leader Project Represented at CGIU & CLP Wins Outstanding Commitment Award
For information about CGIU, see their website: Clinton Global Initiative University
Thursday, March 24, 2011
CLP's 2011 March - April Email Newsletter
The March 2011 version is available online-- click here to read!