We, at the Melton Foundation, believe that global perspectives can enable local impact, and with the upcoming 28th Annual Global Citizenship Conference, intend to connect confident young leaders willing to challenge the status quo and reach out for a better tomorrow!
The Global Solvers Co-Lab is a space to support the development of young SDG practitioners through a face-to-face exchange of ideas, practices and approaches. Designed around peer-learning and -impact, it strives to be a platform where emerging change agents from across the globe can explore, express, learn, collaborate and commit to concrete steps to advance sustainable development at the local and global level. The first Co-Lab took place from 22 – 27 September 2018 in Aubervilliers, France, leading to ripples of social impact, as summarized below.
From 15-20 March 2019 in Berlin, Germany, we convened our newest batch of Melton Fellows for the New Fellows’ Orientation (NFO) - a five day workshop focussed around intercultural exposure and development, harnessing inner and outer skills, social innovation and design thinking impactful projects and earmarking actionable ‘Commitments to Action’ around the Sustainable Development Goals. Led by experienced trainers, and seven project partners, this year’s event marked an effectual and authentic highlight on our Fellows’ journey to becoming global problem solvers.
Welcome to the story of a relentless fighter.
This story has originally been published on the blog "Storytelling for Change" by Melton Fellow Ashitha Nayak.
When we envisioned a Global Citizenship Conference 2018 different from any we’ve hosted in the past, little did we know how far-reaching and impactful it would be. This year, we organized our annual Global Citizenship Conference (GCC) in collaboration with Net Impact.
Here's a quick recap of the week that was...
(written by Senior Fellow Ashitha Nayak)
Global citizenship is about working together, across divides, to turn great ideas into tangible solutions that benefit local communities across the world. Here are some of our experience about collaborative actions to develop shared solutions.
Melton Fellows participated in an online course on participatory design by MIT D-Lab and developed a groundbreaking idea ...
Melton Fellow Kwabena Ankrah represented the Melton Foundation as a panelist at the African Youth SDGs Summit 2017. He talked on how young people today can be prepared with relevant skills to fit into the job market with a focus on the importance of Global Citizenship.
Happening for the 10th time, the annual Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) Meeting took place in Boston from October 13-15, 2017. We crossed boundaries and bridged gaps as we discussed and developed innovative solutions to pressing global challenges with fellow young leaders from many different parts of the world.