Tag Archives: Andrew Willis Garcés

Organizations Like Bamboo: Part 2

In the second part of Organizations Like Bamboo: Resilience in Colombia Andrew Willis Garcés discusses training and resourcing and shares some prompts for reflection.  TRAINING TO MULTIPLY Some psicosocial practitioners see themselves as “popular therapists,” inspired by popular education, and focus especially on multiplying to scale the number of people that can be trained as lay practitioners […]

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Organizations Like Bamboo: Resilience in Colombia

  Andrew Willis Garcés, US activist educator, shares insights from Colombian human rights defense.  The conversation on care in US social movements has had me thinking about how we draw lines around what is and is not considered “movement,” or “care,” or “practice.” My own perspective around this was expanded through interactions with Colombian activists […]

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