Connecting local responses around the world
This blog describes what the visiting team learned from SALT visit to appreciate SAATHI community centre of Institute of Social Studies Trust, Delhi and the response of the host community to…Blog Leader should be like an inverted pyramid who 6 Likes Our collective harvest
10 am on 31st March..Insitute of Social Studies Trust office, Delhi
About 20 of us from different backgrounds and profiles ( medical doctors, researchers, evaluators, managers, implementing…Blog Our collective harvest 4 Likes
In the first week of March 2017, Dr Jean-Louis Lamboray (JL) arrived at Chennai on a 3-day visit in connection with the launch of his book, "What Makes Us Human".
His three days' stay was a…Blog When Dr Jean-Louis Lamboray was in Chennai... 3 Likes
A reflection on Chapter 2 of "What makes us human?"
“How much will you pay us?”
r“You may ask how we find all these wonderful people who are now part of the Constellation. Here…Blog Reflections on our shared dream, "What makes 4 Likes
"Instead of just trying to convince someone, I start listening first...I found a way how to be more myself and to relate more with others in this way." - MariJo puts her trust in humanity into…Blog MariJo Vazquez brings out the L in SALT 3 Likes Information about Lamboray's book "What Makes
Hello, lovely people! Firstly, I wish you all a joyful 2017!
My name is Anu Sieberk. I am an Estonian living in Brussels and working as a tennis coach. I am also contributing to…
Quand on a préparé la formation des facilitateurs locaux de Diécké (décembre 2016), Luc Barrière, Joseph Koivogui et moi-même avions fait de notre mieux pour être à la hauteur des…Blog SALT pour Tous! 5 Likes
I have been enjoying many conversations lately with friends in the Constellation around how we as CLCP facilitators apply ‘naturally’ SALT as a way of working in our own lives as well. Sometimes…Blog SALT in the Family: Why would I need to be th 9 Likes
Good morning! I've been invited to share this blog post on listening, so here it is! I hope you enjoy it! I've also been asked by our dear colleague Rituu how I have used listening in my work. As…Blog The fun, wonder and pure selfishness of liste 6 Likes SALT community engagement approach to improve
The Indian Institute of Public Health, Shillong (IIPH) and the Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) with support from the International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie) is undertaking a…Blog SALT community engagement approach to improve 5 Likes What do we listen for?
As members of The Constellation we aim at making SALT a part of our behaviour. The ‘L’ in SALT stands for listening. But what do we listen for? There are 3 things that we could listen…Blog What do we listen for? 7 Likes
Here is the story that Eryka, Laval and Rituu shared on the last day of the Global Learning Festival in Mauritius.
Home visits using SALT are important
We visited Renaissance…Blog A story from the Global Learning Festival in 3 Likes
Bonjour a vous tous,
D'abord merci a tout nos amis d'ici et surtout ceux de l'etranger qui étaient a Mahebourg Mardi dans le cadre de Learning Festival.Nous avons vecu vraiment un moment…Blog Bonjour a vous tous, D'abord merci a tout no… 6 Likes A Dream Machine that produces joy
For the principle for Action:
“Si on crée l’espace pour l’expresssion, les capacites des personnes…Blog A Dream Machine that produces joy 4 Likes CLCP and PAR in agricultural research
In 2012 the Constellation and WorldFish joined forces to learn how the community life competence approach could support and enhance a…Blog CLCP and PAR in agricultural research 6 Likes
I would like to recommend a Ted Talk by Hilary Cottam called ‘Social Services are broken. How we can fix them.’…Blog "Social services are broken. How we can fix t 2 Likes
Le Pont du Tamarinier is taking the lead with respect to a SALTy Mauritius...It all began in April when there was interest and the opportunity to taste SALT. WOW, some six months on, several SALT…Blog Fostering TEAM spirit with Bring and Share... 3 Likes
“Our biggest dream is that our employers treat us with love and care and dignity. They trust us and value our work. They do not discriminate against us. We have the same blood as them.”…Blog Dream of Domestic workers 9 Likes