Nordstrand Outreach Service (Utekontakten bydel Nordstrand) wanted to find out more about youth and mental health to adapt their work at a systemic, group and individual level. So they started looking into what characterized mental health for youth in the area they worked. Anna Opland Stenersen shares with us what they found, what they decided
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
It Only Takes A Village to raise a child. So how can we be better at looking out for our children who experience violence, sexual abuse and neglect growing up? Grete Vandvik from Save the Children/Redd Barna shares what she learned from the #IAmHere / #JegErHer campaign they ran in 2015. Morning Impact Coffee: It
Shaping a Nordic Model of Social Innovation We talk to Rebecca Allen Lamptey about shaping a Nordic Model for Social Innovation. Rebecca works for Forum for Social Innovation in Sweden, who are organising the two day conference titled “Social Innovation Summit: Shaping a Nordic Model for Social Innovation” in Malmö. Here´s what happened at the
The very first Impact Coffee Podcast has reached the cloudy airwaves! Episode 001 was recorded during the Morning Impact Coffee on August 26. where we had a talk with Sarah Prosser from Partnership for Change.
Morning Impact Coffee: What happened at the Social Enterprise World Forum? Wednesday, Aug 26, 2015, 8:00 AM Location details are available to members only. 22 Colleagues Went Sarah Prosser from Partnership for Change (and Tøyen områdeløft) attended The Social Enterprise World Forum, so for the August Impact Coffee Chris McCormick from Splint and Prosser have a sit-down conversation about