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Days of Engagement

In an effort to meaningfully connect Members, partners, and other key stakeholders to the issues discussed during Concordia event, we have introduced Concordia Days of Engagement. These experiential learning excursions highlight public-private partnerships in action. The activity-oriented format offers participants an engaging platform to network and visualize their individual role in achieving social impact. 

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CONCORDIA Europe SUMMIT IN athens

In an effort to meaningfully connect our Members, Partners, and other key stakeholders to the issues discussed at the Concordia Europe Summit, we hosted the Athens Day of Engagement. The action-oriented format provided participants with an engaging platform to network and visualize their individual role in achieving social impact. This initiative, held in partnership with the HOME Project and the Athens Partnership, showcased public-private partnerships designed to enhance sustainable living and empower refugees throughout the City of Athens. Tackling issues related to the refugee and migration crisis, economic opportunity, and youth engagement, both the HOME Project and the Athens Partnership demonstrate innovative collaborations that engage local governments, nonprofits, and the private sector to address systemic challenges facing at-risk communities. 

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Concordia americas summit in bogoTÀ

 

The day following the Summit, participants had the opportunity to see firsthand how art, culture, and the environment are all interwoven into the Colombian peace process, connecting real partnerships back to the Summit conversations from the day earlier. Tackling issues related to peace and stability, conservation, and youth engagement, Conservation International Colombia has partnered with local communities and nonprofits to restore the once violence-prone and environmentally degraded Chingaza-Sumapaz-Guerrero corridor to its original natural beauty. CI Colombia believes that investing in the country’s biodiversity connects inhabitants to their country, with positive outcomes for the peace process. Participants had the opportunity to learn about partnerships to improve market access for small shareholder farmers, walk along the Las Delicias ravine, and enjoy a presentation on coffee sustainability by Koffie Tapp.