FIVE FREEDOMS PROJECT SITE AND NETWORK LAUNCH
TECHNOLOGY / ARTICLE
JULY 14, 2008 BY KNIGHT FOUNDATION
Funded by Knight Foundation, the Five Freedoms Project announces its Web site launch (fivefreedoms.org) and online network.
A resource for educators, students, and citizens, the site has an "actionable five-part framework" for leadership skill development, an area about voice and the learning cycle, and identifies five categories for impact.
You can read blog posts from the inaugural Five Freedoms Leadership Academy, convened recently at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. here, and answer the Five Freedoms question for July:
When have you exercised your First Amendment rights to bring about meaningful change? (Weigh in here.)
How do you think voice for the five freedoms can be articulated?
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