Are you afraid and unquestioningly obedient?
Wild Woman Fundraising
FEBRUARY 16, 2012
In it, he quotes Vaclav Havel, the first president of the Czech Republic, a revolution that took only 10 days. Havel, who would later become the first president of the Czech Republic, in the essay writes a reflection on the mind of a greengrocer who, as instructed, puts up a poster “among the onions and carrots” that reads: “Workers of the World Unite!” Or do you live within your truth? Chris Hedges recently wrote an article for TruthDig called.
Disruption of the 'Usual' - Rethinking Behavior Change and Communication in Nutrition Education
Social Marketing and Social Change
NOVEMBER 15, 2013
Some of the countries outside the US that were there included Canada, Columbia, Czech Republic, Spain, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Malta, Mexico, Pakistan, Romania, Somalia, Turkey and Uganda. How do I help public health professionals disrupt their usual ways of doing their work?
A Nonprofit by Any Other Name
JUNE 24, 2009
" And for those who didn't already know the organization, he adds, "the acronym suggested everything from writing a check to the Czech Republic." may find sweeter results, as the Children's Health Environmental Coalition discovered after changing its name to Healthy Child Healthy World. Running a nonprofit with a generic name is like traversing Antarctica dressed entirely in white.
Fundraising Success You Can't Buy
Nonprofit Consultant Blog
SEPTEMBER 3, 2009
And commenters say they are reading - and giving - from Iran, Israel, Spain, Portugal, Turkey, the Czech Republic, Australia, Hungary, Sri Lanka and beyond. These days more and more nonprofit agencies are looking to online social networking tools and sites, such as Facebook, to see how they can use them to increase donations (and if you're not on Facebook, why aren't you?). Well, here's a great Facebook fundraising success story : The story began Aug.
Several Grants Available for the Arts Or Theatre
Seeking Grant Money Today
APRIL 3, 2007
and their counterparts in Russia or Central/Eastern Europe, including Albania, Belarus, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Georgia, Herzegovina, Hungary, Macedonia, Moldova, Mongolia, Poland, Romania, Russia, the Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Ukraine, and Yugoslavia. From The Foundation Center. Below, are three grants. Two grants are available for art; one in California and one in art education in the United States.