• VLC to Tackle Women’s Rights & Policy

    March 15, 2016. The Virtual Learning Community is Coaches Across Continents’ latest innovative strategic resource in our sport for social impact partnerships and to provide education for a changing world. The Virtual Learning Community (or VLC) is a series of specially designed monthly webinars that focus on key topics that allow for capacity building among sport for social impact organizations. Launched in January, the response has been wildly successful, being utilized by our partners across five continents. Hosted by CAC on a platform by Edudip, the VLC allows CAC to give presentations on critical issues, interact with participants, release videos, and obtain real-time monitoring and evaluation feedback.

    Originally open to members of our current partner programs, Coaches Across Continents is now proud to open this opportunity to any coach or organizational representative who is interested in sport for development. This growth will ultimately impact tens of millions of children in hundreds of countries, including war-torn areas or organizations not yet working with CAC.

    The next VLC will occur on March 23rd (9 AM EST, USA or 8 PM EST, USA) and is the most ambitious topic to date: creating gender equity policies for Women’s Rights specific to local communities. The webinar will delve into the existing CAC Women’s Rights policy, based on the UN Declaration of Human Rights, and then move towards working with participants to adopt, adapt, and then create their own women’s rights and gender equity policies for use in their own communities. Hosted by Dr. Judith Gates, Chief Executive Brian Suskiewicz, and sustainability strategist Adam Burgess, this is an opportunity not to be missed.

    If you are interested in attending and participating in the next VLC (March 23nd), please contact us at:  

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2 Comments

  1. Jane Carter says: March 16, 2016 at 5:23 amReply

    Just wanted to say thank you for this brilliant initiative. It is high time the sector as a whole placed more emphasis on sharing the learning. this approach can only benefit the people we all exist to serve and I salute your leadership

  2. BIZIMANA Ramadhan Khadafi says: March 17, 2016 at 12:38 pmReply

    i haven’t comment my dear all.
    so, but i love CAC.
    THANK YOU SO MUCH and take care