E3 was invited to speak at the 2017 Global Multi-Cultural Human Rights Forum in Suwon, South Korea in honor of United Nations Human Rights Day (December 10th). E3's Executive Director, JuanCarlos, shared the E3 tools and the concept of Cultural Resilience with the forum attendees (which was translated into Korean). What made this trip special was the level of inquiry and investment among many of the South Korean government officials to operationalize equity in action.
E3’s vision of identifying the brilliance of every student has now reached five countries and been translated into five languages - the latest in Korean! As E3 continues to share our message and our tools across the globe, there is still work to be done locally. International trips such as this one validates and strengthens the vision that E3 has for every student.
See photos from the trip below.
In September, E3 traveled to New Delhi, India. E3's Executive Director, JuanCarlos, had a wonderful experience working with FEA India to explore the possibility of implementing E3's ESAT tool within FEA's program. FEA is an organization that serves disadvantaged youth to obtain skills and personal development to step into professional careers. They work with 18,000 students, ages 18-25. JuanCarlos made 6 site visits and worked with both FEA's students and FEA's leadership team. We are excited about the opportunity to continue to adapt E3's tools to an international context.
We hope to return to India again next year to train the FEA teachers in how to implement the ESAT in their classrooms.
See some photos from the trip below.