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Jon Ramer commented on ismail mohamed abdi's blog post 'Tragic Incidence of two young brothers'
"Ismail -- I am so sorry to hear about this.  I commend you for your dedication and devotion to your community.  I hope and pray that the healing begins for the community. "
Oct 18, 2012
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What's Good 206 presents Tedx Redmond 2012

TED X Redmond is an event focusing on solutions created by youth.
Oct 2, 2012
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The Art of Hosting Meaningful Conversation at Poets Cove Resort Pender Island, British Columbia

November 1, 2012 at 9am to November 4, 2012 at 12pm
YOU ARE INVITED to the Art of Hosting Meaningful Conversations, an intensive three day experiential learning journey designed to explore powerful processes that build community, activate collective intelligence and collaborative leadership practices to address complex community, organizational and societal challenges.From local…See More
Sep 10, 2012
Alex Atuheire commented on Jon Ramer's blog post 'Young Partners in Development as a Community of Practice'
"This is really awesome and im very grateful to have been able to be in touch and learn more of this group. Alex, founder and CEO of Amatsiko, a not-fot-profit organisation that supports orphans and vulnerable children in Uganda- www.amatsiko.org"
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The Art of Hosting Meaningful Conversation at Poets Cove Resort Pender Island, British Columbia

November 1, 2012 at 9am to November 4, 2012 at 12pm
YOU ARE INVITED to the Art of Hosting Meaningful Conversations, an intensive three day experiential learning journey designed to explore powerful processes that build community, activate collective intelligence and collaborative leadership practices to address complex community, organizational and societal challenges.From local…See More
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Youth, Governance, Peace building, and the Role of Social Media

This is the group being set up to stay connected after the 6/26 and 6/27 gathering at University of Victoria and hosted by Centre for Global Studies and IICRD. See More
Aug 15, 2012
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Something To Believe In // MGCY Rio+20 Declaration (ENGLISH) from MACONDO FILM on Vimeo.

Something To Believe In // MGCY Rio+20 Declaration (ENGLISH)

Today we celebrate International Youth Day. Today we celebrate you and me. Today we celebrate our generation. The Major Group for Children and Youth (MGCY) is the voice of young people in the UN sustainability negotiations, active participants in…
Aug 13, 2012
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Something To Believe In // MGCY Rio+20 Declaration (ENGLISH) from MACONDO FILM on Vimeo.

Something To Believe In // MGCY Rio+20 Declaration (ENGLISH)

Today we celebrate International Youth Day. Today we celebrate you and me. Today we celebrate our generation. The Major Group for Children and Youth (MGCY) is the voice of young people in the UN sustainability negotiations, active participants in…
Aug 13, 2012
Rev.Okello Ejedio commented on Jon Ramer's group 'Youth Engagement and Community Resilience'
"Dear fellow children's organization, greeting from Uganda in Jesus name, I am very happy to get the organization which work on the accountability and right of children’s. But on a sad note in Uganda here in Jinja hospital last…"
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Youth Engagement and Community Resilience

Fostering positive social change for youth, families and communities by recognizing communities as change makers.
Aug 9, 2012
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"Thanks for posting this.... sorry I missed you."
Aug 8, 2012

A Little About Jon Ramer...

I am passionate about serving youth in anticipation of their role as leaders in society. I believe that the next generation of social technologies offer a way and a means to radically improve the way we relate and get things done. I am co-founder of WiserEarth an open source online directory of all the organizations, individuals and networks working for just and lasting change. I am grateful for the opportunity to contribute to the important work of preserving and protecting child rights and bringing them to life!

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Young Partners in Development as a Community of Practice

Young Partners in Development is committed to a process of collective learning and development within the world of youth-led and youth-serving organizations.  It is being founded by the International Institute for Child Rights Development (IICRD) and is a partnership between academic institutions and youth organizations.

Collectively we are co-producing a mesh-network…

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Posted on June 7, 2012 at 2:30pm — 2 Comments

The Future of Youth Movements Summit February 16-17 2012 NYC

The Future of Youth Movements Summit was convened in New York on February 16-17 to gain insight from organizations, institutions, and individuals on the development of a collaborative network of youth-led and youth-serving organizations. The objectives of the event were to model competencies, identify points of collaboration, and strengthen understanding and alignment across the youth sector to maximize collective impact. In addition, the summit featured the launch of the…

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Posted on May 29, 2012 at 11:00pm

Greetings Members! This was a big month for the Child Rights in Practice social network. There are now...

Greetings Members!



This was a big month for the Child Rights in Practice social network. There are now over 240 members in over 90 countries and the number of visits has increased over 100% since the CRIP Learning Forum conference. It seems fitting that this first month would include the… Continue

Posted on November 29, 2009 at 5:00pm — 1 Comment

Child Rights in Practice - One Week Later...

We'll it's been a week since the Child Rights in Practice conference. Our social network has over 200 members and visitors from over 80 countries! How can these connections strengthen and develop the work we shared and created at the CRIP Learning Forum? The network gives us access to colleagues who can become allies for moving our work forward, personally and… Continue

Posted on November 8, 2009 at 6:30pm — 1 Comment

Child Rights in Practice: Measuring Our Impact - CRIP Learning Forum is Happening!

The "Child Rights in Practice - Measuring Our Impact" conference in Whistler, British Columbia has begun. The theme for the conference is Measuring Our Impact. We want to include you and are interested in your input. If you have any questions or comments, please post them on the CRIP Learning Forum group on the site. You can put them in the Group Comment Wall and we will ask the… Continue

Posted on October 26, 2009 at 3:31pm — 6 Comments

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At 4:30pm on June 27, 2012, Kim Harvey said…
Hey Jon! We get to hang out some more! Excited to be active on here! 
At 2:56am on June 4, 2012, Darci Shaver said…

Really glad to be here! Thanks, for including me and for all of the work you do to promote wanted change+development on local, national, and global scales. Here's to coffee cloud!

At 4:58pm on June 03, 2011, Martha Llanos gave Jon Ramer a gift
At 2:55pm on April 19, 2010, Manuel Manrique said…
Sorry Jon...I miss spelled you name-
At 2:54pm on April 19, 2010, Manuel Manrique said…
Hi Joan...long time no see you. Did you see CRIP has a Spanish flavour? I created a Group with the people from CINDE (an organization close to IICRD). keep an eye on it.
At 11:20pm on March 25, 2010, Keesha Ewers gave Jon Ramer a gift
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Thank you for all you do and for being the change agent.
At 6:15pm on January 10, 2010, Julie Caldwell said…
Hi Jon, glad to work with you, to support youth leadership, today. Are you interested in working with me on a Seattle visit for the One Tribe Youth exchange? Emerging Futures Youth Network has offered to host a cultural youth exchange between Mongolian and American youth this summer. It would be great if we could plan a tour for these young leaders to see the best of Seattle, and the wonderful sustainability work being done there. It will be great to talk to you more about this, it's been a while...
At 9:58am on December 11, 2009, Kimberly Svevo-Cianci said…
Hello Jon, Spoke to Philip - and he recommended I talk to you about some support to create a new web page for my NGO - could you give me a call on this next Tuesday? Looking forward to talking then!
At 5:28pm on November 21, 2009, Sarah M Jamieson said…
Hi Jon,
Thank you very much for the warm welcome! I am a friend of Simon Jackson and as an advocate of social change, human rights and international development i am pleased to be part of this network. Our youth is truly our most precious commodity. They will be the next leaders in our society and I firmly beleive that they will be the leaders of social and sustainable change.

I Look forward to getting to know you and all the other wonderful people taking it upon themselves to plat an active role in our evolution.

Smiles
Sarah J :)
At 12:55am on November 21, 2009, Andy Dawes said…
Thank you Jon - and for the bonsai. Very apt, there is one in my garden...
 
 
 

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