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Le chemin vers la Réconciliation au Burundi/The Way for Reconciliation in Burundi

English version below.

"Le chemin vers la Réconciliation "

Des membres de la Constellation et France Compétence se préparent à marcher sur le "Chemin de St Jacques" à partir du 25 Mai 2019, pour soutenir un très joli et important projet de Réconciliation en Burundi.

L’idée de ce projet est de…


Added by Musafiri Kizito Sebastien on May 7, 2019 at 12:00am — 2 Comments

Community-based participatory art project in Beijing (China)

I attended a presentation on The Feather Nest Project with Bojun Hu, Ilda Freire, and Emily Wong. Taos Institute organises regular calls for its associates and I am proud to be their associate. This presentation explored the co-creative process in a community-based participatory art project, and discussed embodied ways of transforming the relational space in between people.  Bojun, Ilda, and Emily co-created a community-based participatory art project in Beijing China. The Feathers Nest…

Added by Rituu B. Nanda on May 6, 2019 at 6:22pm — No Comments

ABCD with Cormac Russell

In Arukah Network's new 'How To Build Community' podcast I spoke with Cormac Russell from Nurture Development about his experiences of ABCD over 20 years, 30 countries and hundreds of communities. 

Give it a listen and please do share with others!

Added by Jake Lloyd on April 27, 2019 at 5:28pm — No Comments

"How Listening, Not Money, Changed My Neighbourhood in Zambia"

Mathews Monde is a member of Arukah Network from rural Zambia. In 2017, the Ministry of Health named him one of the country's "most innovative" health workers. This blog he's written for the US National Conversation Project helps to explain why...

Added by Jake Lloyd on April 16, 2019 at 9:41pm — No Comments

Students Experienced Court Room Proceedings

Students Experienced Court Room Proceedings

Dated April 15, 2019, Winnipeg, Manitoba CANADA

Law Day was celebrated across the country to celebrate the anniversary of the Canadian Charter of Right and Freedoms which came in to effect in 1982. The Court Office opened its doors to the public on Sunday, April 14, 2019 for Law Day Celebration. The day serves as an opportunity for curious guests to learn all about the Canadian Justice system.

It gave the public a…


Added by Avnish Jolly on April 16, 2019 at 3:30am — 1 Comment

A SALTY Exercise in Kerala

Yesterday I conducted my first SALTY activity. Well, technically I didn't conduct it because I don't have the language skills. I shared the idea with my field team member Krishna and she conducted the session. My colleague Balaram and I brainstormed to design the session.

Having just completed my SALT facilitator training, this was a momentous occasion for me.…


Added by Bono Sen on April 14, 2019 at 8:30am — 12 Comments

Un festival d'échange local - Une opportunité de décloisonner les collectifs et renforcer nos compétences

Retour sur une expérience d'organisation d'un festival d'échange local (sans autres ressources que notre volonté et enthousiasme). 

Tout a commencé suite à une rencontre. Tout commence toujours par une rencontre de toute manière, n'est-ce pas?

Une rencontre entre Lysiane Cueff et moi en 2014. Notre enthousiasme commun pour l'approche SALT et la vision du réseau Constellation ainsi que l'affection que nous…


Added by khorchi laurie on April 12, 2019 at 8:44pm — 3 Comments

Call for Candidates new Constellation Board

As a next step in our change towards shared ownership of the Constellation dream, The Constellation is looking to establish a new board.…


Added by Marlou on March 28, 2019 at 2:02pm — No Comments

Crossing thresholds together

“What accent do you have? You're not from around here.”  Even in a country that values social equality, there are historically rank differences between urban citizens from the large cities and the administrative centres on one hand, and residents from remote rural areas on the other hand.  In the 80s of the last century, candidates from rural areas (speaking with a distinct accent) were not accepted for trainee positions at a large bank. …


Added by Birgitta Schomaker on March 25, 2019 at 7:00pm — No Comments

Pioneering doctor at forefront of HIV/AIDS treatment in Winnipeg to retire

Pioneering doctor at forefront of HIV/AIDS treatment in Winnipeg to retire

Added by Avnish Jolly on March 24, 2019 at 9:37pm — No Comments

Une Leçon de SALT

En ce froid dimanche soir, nous préparons les funérailles de papa prévues pour le mercredi suivant. Nous voilà, ma belle-mère, ma soeur avec son mari, mon épouse et moi réunis autour du diacre Jos dans le bureau de la paroisse Saint-Michel à Keerbergen.  Je n'avais pas participé à la préparation d’une cérémonie catholique depuis plus de vingt ans. J’avais lu les directives pour préparer les obsèques et, franchement, j’étais un peu inquiet car je me demandais…


Added by Jean-Louis Lamboray on March 22, 2019 at 5:27pm — No Comments

A SALT Lesson

There we were, my stepmother, my sister with  her husband, me and my wife, gathered around Jos the deacon in the  Saint Michael’s parish office in Keerbergen. On this cold Sunday evening, we prepare for Dad’s funeral scheduled for the following Wednesday.  It had been a while since I actively participated in the preparation of a catholic ceremony. I had read the guidelines to prepare the funeral, and frankly, I was a bit concerned as I was wondering whether…


Added by Jean-Louis Lamboray on March 22, 2019 at 5:00pm — 2 Comments

(Again) Learning from Mistake

This is a reflection of the valuable learning from my participation as a member of the CLCP facilitator’s team conducted by the Singapore National Volunteerism and Philanthropy Center. This training was the second session. The first session was held in November 2018. Interesting learning is a flow of the facilitation process.


As always, the…


Added by wiwin winarni on March 18, 2019 at 5:43pm — 1 Comment

The Lions Barber Collective

Hello all. You might enjoy this latest interview from Arukah Network's "How To Build Community podcast".
It's the story of a UK barber who began to recognise that the barber's chair is a unique space of listening and vulnerability in the lives of men, and that - with the…

Added by Jake Lloyd on March 18, 2019 at 2:00pm — 2 Comments

Community Youth: I'll give you evidence of community response to immunization - Assam, India

Hello to All, 

Community response is well appreciated when they really work harder to make their children, families and villages happy. They create demand and also help the Health system in a different way.. Here is the story of Mr. Mahizudul Islam from village Bajpara part 4, #Bongaigaon district,…


Added by Dr. Gaurav Sethi on March 18, 2019 at 2:00pm — 4 Comments

Premiers pas d’une collaboration productive avec notre partenaire euforia

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English version at the bottom


Du 13 au 16 février, Loli et Luc ont participé à un événement imp!act. Cet événement est proposé par l’organisation euforia pour stimuler…


Added by Luc Barriere-Constantin on February 27, 2019 at 7:50pm — No Comments

Communities ask for immunization card in their own language!

I am working with communities in 10 villages in Udalguri district, Assam India on the issue of immunization.

As part of their action plan communities wanted their immunization card which is called Mother and Child Protection Card (MCP) in their local language- Bodo language. they say this will help them remember immunization schedule. their interest more after SALT approach. we helped them. …


Added by Mantu Boro on February 19, 2019 at 10:32pm — No Comments

India, Gender & The Naive Enquirer

Hello all!

You might enjoy my latest interview on the 'How To Build Community' podcast. It charts the experience of a mental health nurse from New Zealand, who spent four years in India's rural north, training community health workers on counselling and gender violence. She talks about:

- the role of listening in reducing gender violence

- how to be an effective "outsider" in a community that you want to support

Last year, one study named India "the worst country…


Added by Jake Lloyd on February 19, 2019 at 4:55pm — No Comments

SALT as a bottom-up approach - Study of Kasper Moes

Is SALT truly a 'bottom-up approach?

Read this study of an intern [Kasper Moes] who did a study in the health sector within Holland. The assessment of how GGD employees working with communities view CLCP/SALT. The aim was to explore whether CLCP / SALT may be beneficial additions to Dutch health promotion in order to…


Added by Autry Haynes on February 14, 2019 at 11:30pm — 3 Comments

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