Welcome to Indaba-Network’s new website!
We have improved the site in order to make it more dynamic and attractive and to better fulfill our mission: Supporting and linking youth groups engaged in projects for social change.
Our new website immediately highlights eight action paths that correspond to the challenges of today’s world. We call on the world’s youth to get involved with them:
- Horizons: travelling and meeting a broad range of people
- Planet: protecting the environment and supporting sustainable development
- Cultures: creating culture and embracing cultural diversity
- Health and welfare: advancing these fundamental human rights
- Liberating education: developing popular education
- Social economy: creating an economy at the service of man
- Glocal Citizenship: acting locally in reference to global issues
- Organizations and networks: developing new forms of organizations that are more participatory and democratic.
Our new website is built around four services that Indaba-Network offers to our readers and members:
- Support for projects: Indaba-Network makes available a nine-step guide for youth groups interested in building a project. Support includes help from our experts, an approach to securing financial support through our crowd funding system, and consulting services for projects already supported.
- IndabaXchange: our online community allows groups and individuals access to a network of experts and like-minded people who can help with project management as well as the development of valuable contacts throughout the world.
- The On-Line library: The library posts free educational and technical resources including dozens of fact sheets, booklets, and interactive videos.
- Seminars/Webinars: Indaba-Network experts give online webinars in English, French and Spanish that offer training on various topics as well as analyses of the broader issues confronting today’s youth.
Also, The Indaba Network Blog complements these four services through regular posts of informative articles and discussions on the challenges of today’s world. Its perspective is “glocal”: thinking globally to make a difference locally.
Explore our new website and discover these new services! You can become an active Indaba-Network participant by:
- Registering in indabaXchange to network and share experiences with friends around the world;
- Taking advantage of the support services that Indaba offers to develop and promote social change projects;
- Participating in the production of new Indaba Network resources and translating them into various languages;
- Commenting on the Indaba-Network Blog and submitting your own new articles;
- Exchanging and developing your experience and skills through participation in the Indaba-Network webinars offered in English, French and Spanish;
- Creating a national chapter of Indaba-Network in your own country, strengthening our overall network.
A highly diverse international team from Argentina, Belgium, France, Italy, Peru, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, Uganda, and the United States manages and develops Indaba-Network. We are at your service to facilitate your participation and answer any questions. Contact us and let us know your comments and suggestions! Join us!
The Indaba-Network Team