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by iACT | Feb 9, 2020
by Katie-Jay Scott | Jan 23, 2020
…the core of our work: investing in the people themselves to increase their agency, voice, and ownership of their lives. This objective is the same everywhere. Our approach is the same everywhere. This week, it is what sparked a CLEANING REVOLUTION.
by Katie-Jay Scott | Jan 13, 2020
When we asked Sara what message she wanted to share with the world, it was simple: “For the world, I tell them to let there be peace, no violence, and no racism.”
by iACT | Jan 11, 2020
…author Frederick Douglass said it best: “It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken adults.” I want to help iACT continue empowering refugee youth, which will in-turn create a generation of activists breaking cycles of violence.
by Dani Kercher | Dec 29, 2019
My goal for 2020 is to build a community of iACTivists. People who, not only feel a shared sense of responsibility and want to act, but who also share and continuously develop their own qualities of open-mindedness, curiosity, creativity, comfortability with uncertainty, and a practice of relational attunement.
by Katie-Jay Scott | Dec 27, 2019
With more than 70 million people on the move worldwide, Sharvan and Leila’s story is no exception. He, like so many in his generation, is growing up in displacement where all too often strengths are dismissed and futures buried…
by Gabriel Stauring | Dec 27, 2019
As 2019 comes to an end, all of us at iACT have a simple theme we’ve been focusing on for 2020: impact. For us, “impact” is so much more than numbers. It’s about dignity, respect, and true opportunity for each individual that is touched by iACT’s work.
by Katie-Jay Scott | Dec 12, 2019
“An inspiring and educational weekend that helped me truly understand the complexities of humanitarian work and the urgent need to disrupt and transform the current system.”