Faithful Organizing for Community Empowerment

faithful-organizing-sidebarFaithful Organizing for Community Empowerment

co-led by Drs. Laura and David Parajón
Co-Founders and Directors of Project AMOS (Nicaragua)

Friday, March 17 from 2:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Saturday, March 18 from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Wake Forest University School of Divinity
Wingate Hall, Room 202
Winston Salem, NC
*Location may change to another venue in Winston-Salem. If you register and the location is changed, we will notify you via email.

Free, though space is limited to 12 participants. Dinner on Friday and lunch on Saturday will be provided, with a $5 donation collected at each meal.

In the Americas (North, Central and South America), reflective practitioners in social justice and global/public health continue to explore and demonstrate the role of community empowerment and social participation as effective methods to reduce social inequities. In this two-day workshop, co-led by facilitators from the US and Nicaragua, participants will learn the principles of community empowerment, tools for fostering community empowerment, and the use of a community based participatory research model (CBPR) as a framework to approaching current social or health problems.

Reserve your space now: