Community Ally Catalog

What makes our network in Oregon powerful is the engagement of a diverse and ever-expanding group of change makers. Our Community Allies Catalog facilitates one-on-one connections between individuals who live locally, and think globally.

Here is how it works:

1.Fill out the form below to add your name to our ever growing catalog (the information you submit is used confidentially to pair you with one connection)

2. The GlobalPDX team will connect you with an individual who fits your interests/expertise

3. Share this opportunity with your network to broaden access to the Community Ally Catalog

 

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Becoming a Mentor

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Peer-to-Peer Connection

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Gaining a Mentor

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Other Opportunities to Connect:

Civil Rights and Civil Wrongs: Teaching the Black History of Portland

Presenter: Sarah Anderson, Teacher, Cottonwood School of Civics and Science  Description: This place-based curriculum prepares students and educators for meaningful discussions about race, history and current events. We will sample a few lessons and learn about the content and skills covered by the lessons. You will leave with access to the full curriculum. Bio: Sarah Anderson is an…

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GlobalPDX Lunch & Learn: Mission-Driven Writing – 8 tools and tactics for weaving an international story

Mission-Driven Writing – 8 tools and tactics for weaving an international story In this interactive workshop writing coach Kym Croft Miller will teach 8 key tools needed to transform real world experiences into compelling written pieces. Storytelling is a vital part of reckoning with one’s experiences, broadening the minds of your audience, and resolving one’s…

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TOWARD RESILIENT FUTURES – Lessons from Disaster Recoveries in Nepal

TOWARDS RESILIENT FUTURES SPEAKER SERIES Emergency Management and Community Resilience Program Initiative for Community and Disaster Resilience This monthly speaker series presents cutting-edge research and approaches on the resilience of urban and rural communities and systems to hazards and disasters. The speakers represent the core faculty of Portland State University’s new transdisciplinary Emergency Management and…

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Virtual Concert of Songs and Stories

Celebrate the new year & a new Oregon! Chúush Fund and Black Resilience Fund present on 1/21/21 ‘A New Oregon,’ a virtual event of songs, stories, & solidarity w/ Black & Indigenous communities.      

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GREAT DECISIONS 2021

Great Decisions will begin January 15 and run for eight consecutive weeks on Fridays at noon. One of WorldOregon’s favorite events of the year is the annual Great Decisions series —the oldest, largest grassroots, people-powered, foreign policy series in the country, which had its start here in Portland in 1953. The series features eight hard-hitting topics selected…

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The Future of US Policy in Afghanistan: Human Rights, US Military Presence & Confronting the Taliban

Join us on Monday, January 25th for a discussion on the future of U.S. policy in Afghanistan, featuring a diverse panel of experts: Associate Asia Director of Human Rights Watch (BRUSSELS) Patricia Gossman; The Islamic Republic of Afghanistan’s Deputy Minister of Interior Affairs Hosna Jalil; Postdoctoral Fellow at Stanford University’s Center for International Security and…

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Is India the Next Global Superpower?

India will be the world’s most populous country by 2024 and its third largest economy by 2028. But size alone does not facilitate increased economic growth, global power, or quality of life. Join us on January 28th as we hear from Aparna Pande, Director of the Hudson’s Initiative on the Future of India and South…

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GREAT DECISIONS 2021

Great Decisions will begin January 15 and run for eight consecutive weeks on Fridays at noon. One of WorldOregon’s favorite events of the year is the annual Great Decisions series —the oldest, largest grassroots, people-powered, foreign policy series in the country, which had its start here in Portland in 1953. The series features eight hard-hitting topics selected…

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GlobalPDX Lunch & Learn: Building and Sustaining Anti-Colonial Development Practices

GlobalPDX welcomes Dr. Padini Nirmal, the expert leader of February’s Lunch & Learn focused on Anti-Colonial tools, practices, and outcomes. Drawing on 15+ years of scholar-practitioner learning from and with Indigenous and ethnic communities, Dr. Nirmal works with development and community health organizations to create sustainable and equitable anticolonial practices, systems and policies that support…

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TOWARD RESILIENT FUTURES – Geodisaster Resilience

TOWARDS RESILIENT FUTURES SPEAKER SERIES Emergency Management and Community Resilience Program Initiative for Community and Disaster Resilience This monthly speaker series presents cutting-edge research and approaches on the resilience of urban and rural communities and systems to hazards and disasters. The speakers represent the core faculty of Portland State University’s new transdisciplinary Emergency Management and…

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