CLAYSS team continues to offer webinars and online conferences during pandemic times
Service-Learning continues spreading—more than ever—as a source of inspiration and transformation. CLAYSS continues its participation in conferences, webinars and several events in virtual modality—and little by little in face-to-face modality—to go on providing support.
- 20/10/2021 and 21/10/2021. 1t International Forum on University Social Responsibility (USR) organized by the Universidad Privada del Norte [Private University of the North], Peru. Enrique Ochoa, executive director of CLAYSS, participated together with other specialists in the round table "Metodologías y experiencias de RSU en nuevos escenarios [Methodologies and experiences of USR in new settings]," with the presentation "Los aportes del AYSS a la Responsabilidad Social Universitaria [The contributions of service-learning to university social responsibility]." More information [in Spanish]: https://blogs.upn.edu.pe/rectorado/2021/11/03/foro-internacional-de-responsabilidad-social-refuerza-la-formacion-de-jovenes-profesionales/
- 3/11/2021. I Jornadas internacionales virtuales de Aprendizaje-Servicio en el contexto universitario [1st International Virtual Day-Conferences on Service-Learning in the University Context], organized by the University of Almería. María Rosa Tapia Sasot, Coordinator of the Uniservitate/CLAYSS Programme, participated in one of the keynote roundtable discussions. Link to the video [in Spanish]: https://youtu.be/0xOKPAp8V9I (The Conference continued during November).
- 3/11/2021. 5th Virtual Ecology Fair "Filosofía Verde [Green Philosophy]" 2021. Enrique Ochoa, executive director of CLAYSS, contributed with a presentation on the SL pedagogical proposal in Latin America. Hosted by [website in Spanish]: https://www.facebook.com/FilosofiaVerde
- 12/11/2021. 5th International and 7th National Meeting of experiences of the University Social Service at the ULADECH university 2021. Nieves Tapia, director and founder of CLAYSS, was a speaker at the central conference. The event, free of charge but with prior registration, addressed students, professors and the general public interested in the subject.