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Holistic Sustainability - 2015 NCB Institute

NCB's annual training institute for 2015 was on the topic of "Holistic Sustainability", and was held July 28 - 30 in St. Paul, MN.

The term Holistic Sustainability was first used in the context of environmentalism and sustainable living.

Transforming the Immigrant Detention System

Recently released: a new report from Migration and Refugee Services/United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and The Center for Migration Studies on Unlocking Human Dignity: A Plan to Transform the U.S. Immigrant Detention System. We encourage you to read this document, especially the

Seeking Justice Against Perpetrators with CJA

By CVT intern Leah Owens

“Survivors of torture around the world will not be silenced. With the help of CJA we are rising up to hold our abusers accountable under the law. CJA’s victories are bringing us closer to a world in which state-sponsored torture is unacceptable.”

-Rigoberta Menchú Tum,

Stories of Hope from Bhutanese Refugees: Moving from Distress to Wellness

An excellent video series, created by ORR and the Bhutanese American Organization, which features Bhutanese refugees describing their experiences coming to the US from camps. The videos are meant to be shared with refugee communities and with service providers. (Nepali is spoken in the videos, but if you click on the “cc” button on the bottom right of the screen, the closed captions will appear in English.)

Resource Spotlight: Great Graphics for your Communications

We know that great images can make a huge difference in our campaigns' success, but it can be hard to find effective ones. Of course the best solution, if possible, is to take and use your own photographs, but that can be unfeasible for many reasons. Check out Julia Campbell's webinar on How to Create Eye-Catching Graphics for your Nonprofit. Here are a few good places to get free stock photos that you can freely use on your website, in publications, etc. ...

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