Virtual Role Models Focusing on Community IntegrationUdemy
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Virtual Role Models
How can we build stronger, more resilient communities? By developing leaders to transform and energise the people around them! This includes building capacity to integrate different perspectives and embrace diversity - as well as enrolling those who have traditionally felt excluded!
Our projects have already reached over 30,000 learners. We are supported by the NZ UN Convention for Human Rights, UNESCO, The Todd and Tindall Foundations in our work with over 50 organisations.
We aim to empower marginalized people and their families develop goals which will strengthen their identity as well as develop self-confidence. We can all aim for careers that we are passionate about and gain recognition whilst making the social impact we target.
Watch audio-visual stories told by empowered community leaders as well as people who have been disenfranchised such as disabled people and their families or refugees and migrants who successfully overcame challenges and engaged on their leadership pathway. They collaborated with us to develop these learning units used by community leaders, educators, parents, support workers and students. In order to empower our communities, we need to encourage collaboration between education, community and social care.
- Be prepared to challenge yourself and question assumptions
- Over 10 lectures and 1.5 hours of content!
- Analyze videos and prepare to implement learning in real life situations
- Test the impact from this implementation
- Support others to develop self-confidence and engage with change
- Become a transformational leader
- Current community leaders who want to explore new community integration trends
- Future community leaders who can follow their passion
- Previously marginalized people such as disabled or migrant populations
- Educators looking for novel and exciting ways to teach via storytelling
- Professionals in the fields of social care, psychology, community development and policy