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Happening Now! … #IPMResponds - Weekly Virtual Forum featuring former longtime IPM Board Member, community activist, and cherished friend, The Rev. Douglas C. Horner, leading us in an engaging discussion utilizing the current Cleveland, Ohio, Mayoral Election Process to reflect on: How We Police our Major Cities and the Movement for Racial Equity.

Moderated by IPM CEO Joe Cistone, this continues a series of weekly Virtual Forums with IPM Community and Project Partners, members of our International Executive Board, Staff Leadership Team, and select other volunteers, donors, and friends for an hour long discussion of how, together with your support, IPM is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic and other vital challenges facing our world including migration, climate change, the struggle for racial equity, and particularly the rights for women and girls.

As usual, we will be streaming this interactive discussion live on IPM's Facebook page and hope you can join us! To learn more about IPM’s inspiring programs and remarkable Project Partners across the globe, please visit our website at: www.ipmconnect.org. Thank you!

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Thanks Douglas Horner for this important and thoughtful presentation! And, the lifetime of service you have led.

Taller de empoderamiento y resiliencia organizacional con ACOMUJERZA

#IPMResponds #JusticiaSocial #solidarity #peace #hope
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Abrazos bellas mujeres. I aseguir empoderandose

Muchas bendiciones ipm y todo el equipo anivel mundial bendiciones en abundancia x su esfuerzo y aser posible estos espacios

Happening Now! … #IPMResponds - Weekly Virtual Forum featuring IPM’s Regional Director for South Asia, Mahesh Upadhyaya, along with the inspiring voices of our dedicated and remarkable team of South Asia Fellows and Regional Staff.

Today’s Forum titled: COVID Crisis and Aftermath ... Hope Amidst Despair will provide an update what our Fellows and Immersion Partners are doing as our colleagues continue to stand in solidarity with our Project Partners around the world. COVID-19 knows no borders — but neither does hope. As families and children across South Asia face devastating heartbreak and loss, the only way through is together.

This continues a series of weekly Virtual Forums with IPM Community and Project Partners, members of our International Executive Board, Staff Leadership Team, and select other volunteers, donors, and friends for an hour long discussion of how, together with your support, IPM is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic and other vital challenges facing our world including migration, climate change, the struggle for racial equity, and particularly the rights for women and girls.

To learn more about IPM’s inspiring programs and remarkable Project Partners across the globe, please visit our website at: www.ipmconnect.org. Thank you!

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1 week ago

We stand in solidarity with war crime´s victims seeking justice, truth, reparation, and non-repetition of war crimes, calling IPM´s Mission of creating partnerships that build justice, peace, and hope. After years of seeking justice, we continue to support our brothers and sisters, community partners, and organizations of victims in the presentation of the new version of the Transitional Justice Law for the Victims of the armed conflict in El Salvador. In solidarity with the victims of Sumpul, El Mozote, and the murder of the four North church women on December 2, 1980, and so many other terrible war crimes. #ElSalvador #solidarity #IPMResponds ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago
We stand in solidarity with war crime´s victims seeking justice, truth, reparation, and non-repetition of war crimes, calling IPM´s Mission of creating partnerships that build justice, peace, and hope. After years of seeking justice, we continue to support our brothers and sisters, community partners, and organizations of victims in the presentation of the new version of the Transitional Justice Law for the Victims of the armed conflict in El Salvador. In solidarity with the victims of Sumpul, El Mozote, and the murder of the four North church women on December 2, 1980, and so many other terrible war crimes. #ElSalvador #solidarity #IPMResponds

Happening Now! … #IPMResponds - Weekly Virtual Forum Adela Zayas Hernández, IPM’s Director of International Partnerships & Programs and Regional Director for the Latin America & The Caribbean.

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a dramatic loss of human life worldwide and presents an unprecedented challenge to public health, food systems, and the world of work. The economic and social disruption caused by the pandemic is devastating ~ particularly to those individuals who were already on the margins of our global society. Adela’s presentation will take a closer look at Mental Health Care during COVID-19: Reflecting upon the effects, challenges, and opportunities COVID-19 has brought to today’s world in relation to mental health issues from a personal and work experience perspective of IPM Project Partners in the Latin America & Caribbean Region.

This continues a series of weekly Virtual Forums with IPM Community and Project Partners, members of our International Executive Board, Staff Leadership Team, and select other volunteers, donors, and friends for an hour long discussion of how, together with your support, IPM is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic and other vital challenges facing our world including migration, climate change, the struggle for racial equity, and particularly the rights for women and girls.

To learn more about IPM’s inspiring programs and remarkable Project Partners across the globe, please visit our website at: www.ipmconnect.org. Thank you!
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2 weeks ago

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Saludos desde la comunidad el zaite, estamos en contacto y seguimos en el trabajo por la lucha la paz y justicia . A pesar del covid seguimos en ka lucha

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RESPONDING TO COVID-19

What can we do to bridge the new boundaries being forced between us? How can we best grow and respond? Learn how our Project Partners are responding >

TESTIMONIALS

Clint McCann, Professor, Eden Theological Seminary

"As an IEP participant, I discovered very quickly that the IPM staff is extraordinarily well-informed, supremely conscientious, and deeply committed to genuine two-way partnerships that build justice, peace and hope."

Zoraida Soza Sanchez, IPM Project Partner, Mujer Y Communidad

“IPM is giving an opportunity to the youth so that they have the tools to contribute to the construction of a new society.”

Rick Steves, Author and TV/Radio Personality

"Organizations like IPM, and their Project Partners around the world, challenge us to see the world through the lens of abundance, to find ways to live and work together...[to] teach us how to live in solidarity and love."

Tim McCarthy, Founder, The Business of Good Foundation

"The very fact that every single [IPM] service person I met, even in dire circumstances, had a sense of humor reminded me that there is abundance available for me in every moment."

Judith Ranger Smith, Executive Director, Singing For Change Foundation

"Seeing the mutual respect among IPM Partners and Staff, understanding the fierce and appropriate sense of pride the Partners feel about their projects...the work being done in communities across Kenya gave me hope for deep, meaningful change."

Dorothy Nyong’o, Director, Africa Cancer Foundation

“We are proud to be associated with this organization that is changing lives around the world in very fundamental ways through sustainable projects and capacity-building.”

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