Calgary Centre for Global Community provides education, engagement and research opportunities to enhance and expand Calgarians' capacity for responsible, well-informed, effective global citizenship. Our work recognizes the inter-connectedness of local and global issues and their impact on the well-being of our communities.
We also act as the umbrella organization for Humainologie, an international, multi-media production house. Find us as www.humainologie.com
New Gallery + Store in Calgary's Beltline
The Humainologie Gallery + Store opened this spring just off 17th Avenue SW. Along with a selection of Humainologie short films to watch, our interactive space includes a photo exhibit by Humans of Calgary on "what it means to be a citizen of the world", art by students at Western Canada High School and a consciously curated selection of apparel, books and gifts.
Find us at 1514 - 7 Street SW near Mona Lisa Art Supply and across the road from Kit & Ace. Join us August 28 for our next HelloStranger! Conversation Series Event.
Introducing Educational Bursaries
Our brand new Refugee Bursary Program provides financial aid to individuals who entered Canada as a Refugee within the past six years and who are enrolled in, or commencing a minimum two-year post secondary program. We now accept applications on a rolling basis. More information here.
Did You Know? - We Offer Film Production Services
Humainologie partners with individuals and organizations seeking to produce films that align with their mission to Spread Empathy. Increase Inclusion. Reduce Discrimination.
If you have a prospective film project about community, belonging, inclusion, human connection, empathy, human rights issues, discrimination, or something similar, we would love to connect and consider how we can work together. We have produced films in collaboration with institutions like University of Calgary and the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. Email: email@example.com to start a conversation about your project.
Take a look (above) at the trailer for our seven-film project with Canadian Museum for Human Rights (2017).