Posts Tagged ‘bolivia’

After Mothers’ Day, what now?

This past Sunday marked the most commonly celebrated Mother’s Day. Mother’s Day is a symbolic celebration of those women who have guided and supported you throughout your life- it does not matter whether the woman you celebrate is your biological mother or not. It is a holiday where we return the support we have received […]

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December’s Supporter of the Month: Intern Eden Beschen!

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Here’s the December installment of our Supporter of the Month series! These are our hardworking interns, incredible volunteers, generous donors, and exciting partners. This month, we spoke with intern Eden Beschen, a McGill University undergraduate. Hi Eden! We’re so excited to share your story with our Artistri Sud Supporters! Where are you from? I was born […]

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A Look Back and a Look Forward: A Holiday Reflection

Everyone has heard of Santa Claus and Judah the Maccabee, but the women artisans with whom our charity works in Bolivia are our real-life holiday heroes at Artistri Sud. The holidays, as everyone knows, are a time of giving. They are also a time of reflection and planning for the year ahead. I spoke with […]

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Artistri Sud’s Mission: A Broader Context

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As we enter a new phase of our pilot project in Bolivia, it is increasingly important to keep sight of the global context of our work and our long-term goal: international economic development through the empowerment of women. In 2002, the United Nations set ambitious Millennium Development Goals with a target date of 2015. Some of […]

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Come hear our Tales of Triumph!

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Artistri Sud is hosting a fundraising event called Tales of Triumph in honour of International Women’s Day on March 11th, 2014 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m, at L’Atelier d’Argentine in old Montreal.  Tickets for the event are priced at $60, which includes hors d’oeuvres, one drink and a $40 tax receipt.  For those who would like to stay for dinner after […]

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