January 2016 stories (14)

जिंदगी एक रंगमंच( stage) है

ईंशान जब धरती पर जन्म लेता है तब प्रकृति ने उसके पास एक रंगमंच(stage) रख देती है और बोलती है बेटा इस रंगमंच में तू कुछ भी अभिनय(acting) कर सकता है| तू स्वतन्त्र रूप से कुछ भी,कोई भी अभिनय कर सकता है,बीना रोकटोक के | और ईंशान अपनी क्षमता के अनुसार अपनी अभिनय चुंनता है | और अपना अभिनय करता है |जब अभिनय समाप्त हो जाता है तब परिणाम की बारी आती है | उसी परिणाम के स्वरूप मनुष्य के उम्र का निश्चित्‌ किया जाता है | अर्थात जो ब्यक्ति जितना अच्छा समाज सेवा करेगा,अच्छा कर्म करेगा,अपने दिल में ईंशानियत…


Added by Vishun on January 30, 2016 at 7:31pm — No Comments

Créer de la cohésion entre des lycéens et des jeunes en situation de handicap lors de parcours commentés

Mercredi dernier a eu lieu le premier parcours commenté du projet MobilAccès porté par 3 lycéennes du Lycée Saint-Sauveur à Redon.

Le projet à pour objectif de recueillir lors de parcours commentés les éléments positifs et négatif liés à l'accessibilité directement auprès de jeunes en situation de handicap.

Les difficultés liés à la méconnaissance entre jeunes en situation de handicap et lycéenne a entrainé des difficultés au démarrage du premier parcours :

  • peu…

Added by Sébastien Gonguet on January 29, 2016 at 8:14pm — 3 Comments

SALT: T is for Trust too

As facilitators, we often talk about the consequences of applying SALT with a group. But what happens when SALT is the way of working within a group and you are part of that group? How does it feel to be part of such a group? I would like to give some personal reflections on this experience.

What happens when you deliberately support, appreciate, learn and transfer AND when you feel supported, you feel appreciated, you feel that others recognise that you have something that they can…


Added by Phil on January 29, 2016 at 4:36pm — 2 Comments

A Big Effect of “SALT’

              As I said in my previous blog that “SALT” is the key of people hearts to communicate them and I have an example of this when we are in our awareness program and we are organize meeting in villages when we are told to labor to collect in a place they are not interested at this but when we are do a program to home visit of labors and using with them SALT then they are listening our…


Added by Pratibha Lal on January 28, 2016 at 4:07pm — 1 Comment

The possibilities for our communities in the new narrative arts

When creating the space for communities to come up with their own strengths-based responses to local issues, a big question has to do with telling the story of what's unfolding as the communities move forward. What's the best way to do this storytelling?…


Added by Michelle Strutzenberger on January 28, 2016 at 12:33am — 2 Comments

Comparing when to use Peer Assist and Knowledge Fairs

I drew up this comparison when I wanted to choose between Peer Assist and Knowledge Fair techniques.

Comparing when to use Peer Assist and Knowledge Fairs


Peer Assist

Knowledge Fairs


 A group of peers elicit feedback,…


Added by Dr. E. Mohamed Rafique on January 27, 2016 at 4:35am — No Comments

Osons échouer!

Comment l'échec à ONUSIDA mène à la réalisation du rêve à la Constellation!
Oser rêver, reconnaître l'échec et se réorganiser en conséquence...
Merci à Célicia, Claude et Hervé pour vos interventions ce jour-là! On vous voit, mais on n'entend que moi ;)

Added by Jean-Louis Lamboray on January 24, 2016 at 4:49pm — No Comments

SALT effect in our life

                          when I was joined a SALT training Program at Jan Jagriti kendra Pithora, Dist. Mahasamund (CG) who is work for Brick Kiln worker, and  to aware the Rights of Human, woman and children's. this training given by Rituu B Nanda, I am feeling that SALT is the key of the people hearts and I am also do this with the community and this is realy effective when we are go any community to be a human than people come…


Added by Pratibha Lal on January 22, 2016 at 4:46pm — 4 Comments

"Social services are broken. How we can fix them."

I would like to recommend a Ted Talk by Hilary Cottam called ‘Social Services are broken. How we can fix them.’


If you don’t have 17 minutes to listen to the whole video, try the first 5 minutes.

If you don’t have 5 minutes, you can read the transcript of the…


Added by Phil on January 22, 2016 at 1:22pm — 1 Comment

SALT for Green Villages in Maluku

We (Eden, Vittoria & Loïs) are three friends that met through our studies at Amsterdam University College. To complete our bachelor, we are required to do a Community Project. This project does not per se have to be linked to our respective majors, but should enable us to engage at local and global levels and to demonstrate personal and social responsibility. As we were already familiar with the Constellation’s approach and some of us already applied it to a certain extent both locally…


Added by Loïs Hutubessy on January 20, 2016 at 9:51pm — 3 Comments

Partage de l'expérience d'harmonisation des dialogues communautaires, Madagascar 26 sept.- 8 déc. 2015


Du 26 septembre au 8 décembre 2015 a eu lieu, la mission de la Constellation en rapport avec l’harmonisation des dialogues communautaires et l’accompagnement de la mise en œuvre (à petite échelle) du guide harmonisé du dialogue communautaire dans la région d’Atsimo andrefana, en appui à la campagne de lutte contre la poliomyélite à Madagascar. Une fois de plus cette expérience a conforté la conviction de…


Added by Jean Baby Fulama Zanzala on January 15, 2016 at 8:13pm — 2 Comments

SALT, the expert and the facilitator

In the Constellation, we make a distinction between the expert and the facilitator. When we are an expert, we recognise our own authority to diagnose the problem and to give a solution. When we listen and reflect, we become part of a conversation where we can support and appreciate without judgement.

In the Constellation, we do not diagnose and we do not provide a solution. We believe in the capacity of others to find their own solution to their own problem. (And therefore we must…


Added by Phil on January 15, 2016 at 4:16pm — 2 Comments

Petite Histoire de la RDCCompétence Kasaï Central

Je publie ce blog au nom de Thérèse Nyemba, coordinatrice de l'équipe de facilitation de RDCCompétence au Kasaï Central (ex-Oriental).

Photo membres RDCC/K.C. lors de réunions mensuelles

La Concertation Provinciale des Facilitateurs RDCCompétence au Kasaï Central (RDCC/K.C.)…


Added by Marie Lamboray on January 12, 2016 at 1:59pm — 1 Comment

Demain (Tomorrow)!! A positive movie on the climate change

I have had recently the chance to watch an interesting movie showing how some people and some communities are responding positively to the current global challenges. It shows how people together can face issues related agriculture, education, energy, waste management, finance and democracy, through local community responses. This a refreshing and positive perspective on the global challenges. And definitively, our SALTy way of working is greatly in line with all what is said in that movie.…


Added by Luc Barriere-Constantin on January 10, 2016 at 7:07pm — No Comments

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