Global Workers Justice Alliance welcome to Eliademy

The GloWorkers rights joins Eliademy bal Workers Justice Alliance story is amazing, was founded by Cathleen Caron to challenge a developing and unaddressed crisis in the globalizing economy: abused migrant workers being shut out of the justice system because they went home to their families. Starting out as an attorney defending the rights of migrant workers in Florida, she saw this denial of justice again and again. After a hard-earned class action win against a particularly exploitative farm in south Florida, she was profoundly troubled when the majority of the two thousand farmworkers never recovered the wages legally owed them because they had left Florida, many to return to their homeland of Guatemala. Cathleen’s experience was similar to other advocates across the United States. Despite diligent efforts by dedicated advocates, the reality of these workers’ lives meant that they crossed borders, complicating any legal action on their behalf.

Subsequently, Cathleen designed and spearheaded a project on human trafficking in East Timor. What she encountered in East Timor was the same as the United States–the denial of cross-border justice. She began to realize that the need “portable justice”–as she started calling it–was not confined to North America but that it was a global phenomena. Forcing workers to choose between enforcing their rights or going home seemed wholly unjust. Cathleen was determined to find another way.

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Doctors of the world (UK) welcome to Eliademy!

Doctors of the world is using EliademyDoctors of the World UK is part of the global Médecins du Monde network, which delivers over 300 projects in more than 70 countries through 3,000 volunteers. Our vision is of a world in which vulnerable people affected by war, natural disasters, disease, hunger, poverty or exclusion get the healthcare they need regardless of income or status.

Through health programmes and advocacy Doctors of the World work to ensure excluded people overcome barriers to healthcare. Since opening in the UK in 1998, they raised more than £8 million for overseas programmes, helped more than 7,000 service users and fought for healthcare as a human right for all.

We, at Eliademy, are very proud that such large organization will be able to train their volunteers with our little help. Join the 100s of non-profits that offer their training on Eliademy by requesting your free upgrade to Premium. 

Eliademy Premium includes your own private learning space, with private video storage, LIVE webinars and much more! You can create your very first course in 2 minutes.

Positive impact welcome to Eliademy!

Positive impact on Eliademy

Positive impact is a not for profit set up to provide education and collaboration to create a sustainable event industry. What does a sustainable event industry look like you ask? It is an industry where at every decision point people consider the economic, environmental and social impacts of their decisions.

The Carbon trust, WWF among others have contributed to the their vision and objectives.

Here is a beautiful illustration of their roadmap on how to achieve their goals:

Sustainable events and Eliademy

We welcome them to Eliademy and eagerly expecting to see their first courses on our global catalog, there already few on Sustainability already there.

Donate your skills

A recent study published on LinkedIn official blog showed that more than 4 “millions of LinkedIn members want to volunteer their skills for good”[1]. Increasingly popular, notably among young professionals, the skill-based volunteering or pro-bono is the activity of promoting social good and helping others using your specialized skills. It usually involves an organization you are providing your services to, for example an NGO. If you have been looking for opportunities to donate your skills and talents for good, here are 3 new ways to do it. 

donate your skills at Eliademy

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How NGOs use e-learning?

Recently, the Bulgarian foundation StartUP started using Eliademy to create a training program about entrepreneurship and the KSL Study Center (Finland) uses the online platform in adult education. E-learning is spreading fast among NGOs and is used in very different kind of organizations and goals. Whether you are an international humanitarian NGO working in post-disaster situation or a local NGO willing to keep the biodiversity in its region, you can make a great use of online courses to grow and raise awareness. So, why should you use e-learning in your mission and how?

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