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Liderando con Impacto

In 2017, SERES piloted a new diploma called Leading with Impact in collaboration with euforia, an entrepreneurial youth training organization based in Switzerland. The purpose of the pilot was to target a different socio-economic group then SERES normally works with, to test the market and determine if there was a demand for this type [...]

Pathways to Resilience

Helping communities bounce forward using disaster as a catalyst for transformation On Sunday June 3rd, 2018 our organization was rocked to its core. The devastating eruption of the Fuego Volcano directly impacted SERES in more ways than one. The communities in Zone 0 make up one of our key geographic focus areas and we [...]

Tell Me How It Ends: The Questions Behind the Central American Diaspora

“Hempstead is a s***hole full of pandilleros [gang members], just like Tegucigalpa,” says teenager Manu, in what is one of the most striking statements recorded in Mexican author Valeria Luiselli’s book, Tell Me How It Ends: An Essay in Forty Questions. Manu fled his hometown in Tegucigalpa, Honduras when months of gang harassment culminated in [...]

Postcard #1 from Australia

Abigail Quic, SERES facilitator and program coordinator, writes about her first month working with OzGreen and sharing the methodology and vision of SERES in Australia At the beach! Greetings from Australia, this is my first month living on the big island. I just arrived when winter is relieved by the beautiful spring, and [...]

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