Blog'S ARCHIVE

  • August 13 marked the end of our summer internship program, and before enjoying a celebratory team BBQ, the interns wrapped up their stints at i-ACT by each giving a presentation on the projects they worked on over the last few months. The projects and presentations covered topics including social-psychological patterns shared by perpetrators of mass […]

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  • Approximately two billion people in the world are suffering because their food intake is not a daily guarantee. Food security is receptive to many influences such as rapid population growth, military conflicts, climate change, corruption, political instability, and extreme weather conditions. i-ACT advocates for social responsibility and the empowerment of individuals to support those affected […]

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  • I received my Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations with a focus on conflict studies from Maastricht University in the Netherlands and have previously interned with several NGOs, including Reporters Without Borders Germany. I act because I believe that things can change when we understand why they’re happening. By educating both genocide-affected populations as well as […]

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  • I am a Canadian graduate in International Studies at York University in Toronto. The term ‘genocide’ has always meant something to me. My father was born in Sarajevo, Bosnia. Although he had already moved to Canada at the time of the war; growing up, I remember hearing stories of the cruelty and horrific crimes being […]

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  • This September, riders across the nation will jump on their bicycles to join Tour de Goz Amer(ica), a #ride4refugees in support of Little Ripples, i-ACT’s preschool education program that trains and employs refugee women to improve the early development of Darfuri refugee children in eastern Chad. Every person who registers to ride will be directly […]

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