Creating stronger, more compassionate, loving and respectful local and world communities.
Projects and Activities
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WAWAD - Wellbeing Awareness in the West African Diaspora - in Greater Manchester is a group of people coming together because we are affected directly or indirectly by diabetes. We are of the West African Diaspora or friends and family. We want to have fun being healthy, and for healthy to be fun.Visit their Website
National Laughter Week
The Olaughics was inspired by the London Olympics. It is a cultural and competitive event, with the UK National Laughter Championships, a UK Laughter Conference, and events in Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales, England, and particularly in Manchester! In 2014 it will be from 7-13th June.Visit their Website
A project to bring more opportunities to laugh together, including Wales National Laughter Day (usually in June).
For organisations, businesses, schools and community groups!Visit their Website
Laughter For All (Ethiopia)
Supporting the World Laughter Master Belachew Girma, Ethiopian Laughter Therapist and co-Founder of the World Laughter Pledge!
Join us for Ethiopia Laughter Day!Visit their Website
World Laughter Pledge
Start every day with a laugh, and be part of a wave of laughter forever going around the World!Visit their Website
Silver Screen Film Festival for Generations
This festival, established in Frankfurt Germany, brings people of all ages together to enjoy films which have positive images of older people.
Aiming to inspire and aspire, we are a UK strand to the festival in Manchester from 2014! We show films at Manchester Communication Academy, and all older members of the community are welcome!Visit their Website
Performance Poetry and Theatre
Robin and colleagues set up Greenhouse Northwest, a community theatre company, in 1999.
Robin is a playwright, performance poet, and creative writing workshop leader. He has led creating writing workshops in the UK and Ghana.Visit their Website
WOW Water (Ghana)
It is not right that people have to get their water for drinking, cooking and washing from a pond which cattle use as a toilet.
This project aims to make a difference through raising awareness in developed countries and raising funds which communities can use in developing countries to get cleaner sources of drinking water.Visit their Website
Kids Foundation (Ghana)
This is an NGO in Volta Region, Ghana, for the empowerment of women and children.