In August 2015, 25 year old filmmaker Karen S. Houge traveled to the Island of Lesvos in order to document the ongoing migrant crisis, and to learn more about what the refugees face on their journey onwards after surviving the mediterranean sea.
Together with the newly started NGO, Drop in the Ocean, she and the other volunteers were faced with the many challenges involved in helping a massiv influx of migrants from Syria and other countries. Karen then joins a group of refugees on their way to Germany.
On this Morning Impact Coffee, Karen visits us to talk about her experience.
A monthly event at Deichmanske hovedbibliotek / main library where we often talk about topics such as social entrepreneurship, social innovation, collaborative economy, urban development, and more.
Who is it for?
This meetup is for people working in public, private and civic sector who are looking for ways to create impact and work with social innovation.
Merete Grimeland and Therese Byhring from World Wide Narrative, and Chris McCormick and Arne Kringstad.
We meet the last Wednesday of the month for talks about creating impact over a cup of coffee at the library Deichmanske Hovedbibliotek.
How we got started
At the summer party of 2014 Splint, In Good Company, The Social Business Club, and World Wide Narrative sat down and talked good and hard about all the different topics and challenges revolving around their businesses and our field social innovation and social entrepreneurship.
Together we decided that we needed a place to meet regularly so that the conversation could keep going. Thus came this meetup group. And more people joined us as they too needed an arena like this.
So now we meet once a month. A morning coffee for early birds.
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