Natalia Anciso demonstrates the positive impact of using the arts, play and teaching of the UDHR with second graders
Natalia Anciso has been part of TWAICB since 2011. First, as a participant in our 3-day Institute to learn about the UDHR and TWAICB curriculum, Natalia then became part of our Institute presenting team. Natalia has offered her visual arts talents and expertise to provide participants their own experience of using visual arts to express […]
Community Capitals Framework (CCF) for Community Safety & Community Health Connections with the Universal Declaration Of Human Rights (UDHR)
As a program of DSAL (Alameda County Deputy Sheriffs’ Activities League), we are excited to communicate about the Community Capitals Framework that guides DSAL’s work, as well as that of the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office (ACSO). As explained, in 2015, by the Nebraska Institute of Agriculture and Economics, the Community Capitals Framework is a way of […]
(Plain Language Version) Article 1. Everyone is born free and equal. Article 2. Everyone has all the rights in this document regardless of race, ethnicity, gender or nationality. Article 3. Everyone has the right to live, to be free and to feel safe. Article 4. No one can be put in slavery. Article 5. No […]
Just announced! Perla Yasmeen Meléndez Mabarak will be part of our March 17th Institute. Perla will lead us in creating a very special lunch, demonstrating the positive dynamics of preparing food to help people connect with each other. This will be just one way Perla’s involvement will add to the “spiciness” of the Institute! Perla Yasmeen Meléndez […]
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