Bob Knotts | September 23, 2011
There’s a new page on our website that offers some new information for you. Valuable information, we believe … information that can help you live a better life. The Humanity Project’s Shared Value Page was written for the general public to help better explain a couple of things: 1) how individuals can incorporate our ideas about using cooperation and social connection into their daily lives, effectively and sensibly, and 2) what the core idea behind this group means to everyday people.
Bob Knotts | September 16, 2011
The Humanity Project’s acclaimed Anti-bullying Through The Arts program we shows bystander students in elementary schools why cooperation and social connection applied to bullying can make their own lives better. Mutual benefit, win-win … shared value. Right now, this powerful Humanity Project program is reaching many thousands of kids in the Broward County Public Schools, the sixth largest school district in the United States. But we’re eager and ready to help more young students, in South Florida and around the country.
Bob Knotts | September 7, 2011
The Humanity Project has partnered with an important nonprofit group in Egypt: Egyptian Association for Educational Resources, or E-ERA. They are non-governmental, non-religious. Our partnership involves a blog-and-photo exchange to promote better understanding of the humanity we all share. This is E-ERA’s first blog, written just for the Humanity Project.
Bob Knotts | September 2, 2011
The Humanity Project today is going global in a new way. And this is only the beginning. We’re proud to announce another new partnership, this time with a fellow nonprofit half a world away: the Egyptian Association for Educational Resources, or E-ERA. This respected organization is non-political, non-governmental, non-religious. E-ERA offers a variety of programs to improve life for people in North Africa with the focus on youth empowerment and leadership. They provide civic education, professional development and promote youth volunteerism as well as cross-cultural understanding.