How can creative action cultivate girls as advocates for gender equality?
Join Beyond Tomorrow allies Creative Action Institute (CAI) for appetizers & cocktails to take part in the conversation!
This event is hosted by CAI, and RSVP is required. Their Eventbrite link can be found here.
Clare Dowd and Yasmin Padamsee of CAI will share the approach to integrate arts-based training to deepen the scope and impact of their work to cultivate at-risk adolescent girls in East Africa as advocates for girls’ human rights in their families, schools and communities, and explore undertaking this much needed work in the U.S.
When: Friday, February 10 5:30 – 7:30PM
Where: FDR Suite, Adams House B-17
Contact: Julia D’Orazio firstname.lastname@example.org.
CAI works at the intersection of creativity and social change. We build the capacity of leaders and organizations for innovation, collaboration and resilience to advance conservation, health and human rights globally through original initiatives, experiential training and collaborative projects that harness the power of art and creative processes.