Our annual Global Citizenship Conference provides tools and resources to promote global citizenship as a way to work together to solve today's challenges around the world.
When Fellows join the Foundation, they go through an intense 8-month online training that culminates in the New Fellows Orientation, a 5-day workshop brings together our most recent batch of Fellows to explore, grow and stretch their global citizenship muscle.
The Global Solvers Co-Lab is the space where sectors, cultures, identities, and know-how converge into something “greater than the sum of its parts”. Through deep collaborations around the UN Sustainable Development Goals, the Co-Lab drives insight and inspiration to hone skills and catalyze solutions with sustained impact.
When we envisioned an event different from any we’ve hosted in the past, little did we know how far-reaching and impactful it would be. From 22-29 October 2018, the #USAgcc2018 took the conversation "Outside The Lines" together with Net Impact.
20 participants from 11 countries joined the call to action and participated in the Global Solvers Co-Lab: 489 UN-limited, held from 22 - 27 September 2018 in Aubervilliers (France). Co-organized by the Melton Foundation and the Ernst-Abbe-Stiftung, the #CoLab489 created space for emerging leaders from across sectors and geographies to learn, collaborate, and co-create meaningful solutions to advance sustainable development.
From 20-25 January 2017, New Fellows, together with experienced trainers and project partners, developed individual and collective global citizenship competencies in hands-on activities and workshops. Find out more...
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