EXPLORE OUR EXPERIENCES IN DIGITAL ACTIVISM.
Here you will find examples of what we do and the history of our actions and our commitment to society.
MESOAMERICAN COMMUNITIES, THE AMAZON BASIN, AND INDONESIA - TOGETHER FOR A CAUSE.
SEPTEMBER 26, 2018
In early September, the Movilizatorio team traveled to the Global Summit on Climate Change in San Francisco, California, in its role as part of the team that advises the social mobilization and digital communication strategy of the Guardians of the Forest campaign.
YOUTHS LEAD CHANGE
SEPTEMBER 20, 2018
On September 7, the Movilizatorio team met at Universidad del Bosque to confer with over 20 young leaders from various parts of the country on mobilization and political incidence in Colombia.
THIS WAS THE ROUTE OF #BAJÉMOSLEALTONITOFÚTBOL IN FOUR COLOMBIAN REGIONS
AUGUST 10, 2018
This social campaign traveled from the Botero Sculpture Plaza, in Medellín, to the Atrato River with the aim of decreasing levels of aggression in soccer contexts.
CITIZEN MANDATE FOR PEACE AND THE ’91 CONSTITUTION
JUNE 6, 2018
“We will exhaust all the necessary measures to guarantee the compliance with the peace agreements and the respect for the institutionality of our country.”
YES, ITS ABOUT SAYING AND DOING
DECEMBER 18, 2017
In May, Movilizatorio began implementing “Yes, Its about Saying and Doing”, a project backed by Heart for Change, the Swedish Embassy and the United Nations Development Program, UNDP. The main objective is to test whether it is possible to activate youth leadership.
THE EIGHT KEYS TO MOBILIZATION BY 20 INDIGENOUS GROUPS
DICIEMBRE 15, 2017
In mid-October part of the Movilizatorio team embarked on a trip to Europe to participate in the Guardians of the Forest Tour COP 23. The purpose was to make visible and exert an influence on the role of indigenous communities in the prevention of climate change. The tour included 20 delegates from Mesoamerica, South America, Indonesia, and the Congo Basin for a visit to seven European capitals.
WITH EL AVISPERO, WE BET ON INNOVATION
OCTOBER 30, 2017
Thanks to its constant efforts in promoting citizen participation and the joint construction of a diverse, active, caring, and sustainable country, our El Avispero project received an award in the “Digital innovations, enterprises, and civilian society” category.