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
Social Transformation Tournament
The Social Transformation Tournament (formerly known as the Social Capital Tournament) is undergoing transformation itself! Starting with a new name, and revised scoring criteria.
CALL FOR LETTERS OF INTENT
We are now accepting Letters of Intent to enter team projects in the Calgary Social Transformation Tournament for 2019. The Tournament will be held in September 2019. Deadline for submitting Letters of Intent is July 30, 2019.
We encourage you to submit early and then update your Letter of Intent as often as you wish. The early submission will give you an early start, a great advantage.
Details about the Tournament and how to make an effective submission can be found here.
Do you know about Humainologie?
In Supported by the Calgary Centre for Global Community (CCGC), Humainologie is a production house whose work directly contributes to CCGC’s mission of inspiring and enabling effective global citizenship. We believe that the more we truly connect with ourselves and with others, the more we will naturally create a more humane global community.
Check out these short films about human connection:
We Are Humainologie
The Spaces Between Us
In the past year, Humainologie has received four film fest awards and 20 festival selections for various films. During 2017, seven Humainologie films were on exhibit at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg. Take a look at the exhibit trailer, below.
Our exhibit 'under an umbrella we met', features 13 short films where you can step into the actual, worn shoes of the person you are watching. The initial series, produced in 2015, 'Faces of Islam' introduces the experiences and views of eight Muslims from different parts of the world. A further 'under an umbrella we met' film series sharing the stories of five Indigenous Youth in Alberta, Canada was completed in 2017. We are seeking funding support for a third series focusing on non-conforming gender identities.
The experience of wearing the shoes of the person in the film helps to intensify the connection between the viewer and the film subject.
Please contact us if you are interested in bringing the experience to your site. The exhibit can be transported to locations both within and outside of Canada.