Follow Up Plan 2017 & beyond
While The Global Summit unites our global community, local communities are where the most vital innovations, relevant ideas, and critical knowledge come from. By sourcing what works locally, and sharing it world-wide, Local Summits are a mechanism to exchange solutions, ideas and appropriate technologies within and between participating communities.
In the first African Local Summit April 2012, The Global Summit community access partner, The Needs Report gathered citizen input into the issues that mattered most to their communities via cell phone voting.
Carrying forward The Global Summit mission throughout the year, facilitating organization, Empowerment WORKS hosts a variety of collaborative programs such as Pulse of the Movement webcasts, Social Impact Salons, and other local solution oriented events, aka Local Summits.
In Spring 2017, Empowerment WORKS and local partners will a regenerative investment strategy for post-earthquake Nepal. Learn more at [EmpowermentWORKS.org].
GET INVOLVED! HERE’S WHAT YOU CAN DO
During The Global Summit think-tank program, community based councils are invited to help make all voices heard applying social media and mobile voting apps inviting citizens to weigh in on key conversations.