Posted by Future Without Poverty On December - 14 - 2010 0 Comment

Hosted by: Future Without Poverty (FWOP), an international non-profit, and the University of North Texas Department of Sociology


Location
:  Troy and Sara La Grone Advanced Technology Complex, 1504 Long Rd, Denton, TX 76207  Time: 8:30am – 6:00pm Topics include:

  • Sustainable development projects in Peru, Haiti, Mexico, Sierre Leone, Nigeria, Togo, Turkey, Bangladesh, India, and more!
  • Renewable energy projects in impoverished communities and rural schools
  • Music for community empowerment and eliminating poverty
  • Local initiatives in North Texas for progressive, sustainable communities
  • Innovative workshop on micro-gardens for urban and suburban living
  • Please see attached for tentative program overview. Future Without Poverty Summit

    To register for this event in advance, please contact Dr. Stan Ingman, stan.ingman@unt.edu or Miguel Juanez for more informationmiguel@futurewithoutpoverty.org

    • Dr. Stan Ingman is the Director of the Applied Gerontology doctoral program at UNT, leading researcher in the Sustainable Societies program, and Vice President of FWOP Advisory Board.
    • Miguel Juanez is a UNT alum, former president of UNT FWOP chapter, and leading sustainable development and renewable technology initiatives in impoverished regions in Mexico.

    Future Without Poverty Summit- More Information

    About Future Without Poverty

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    Future Without Poverty is a non-profit organization that was born through the realization that handouts were not enough to fight poverty. Simply making donations is not sufficient. Instead, sustainable opportunities are needed to adequately fight poverty.

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