Cleary is the Executive Director of the Global Oneness Project. She asks local to global questions about culture and the environment and believes stories are a transformative tool for learning.
About Global Oneness Project
The Global Oneness Project brings the world’s cultures alive in the classroom using stories as a pedagogical tool for growing minds. Committed to the exploration of cultural, environmental, and social issues, they offer a rich library of multimedia stories comprised of award-winning films, photo essays, and articles. Companion curriculum and discussion guides are also available, all for free.
They aim to connect, through stories, the local human experience to global meta-level issues, such as climate change, water scarcity, food insecurity, poverty, endangered cultures, migration, and sustainability. Through featuring individuals and communities impacted by these issues, the stories and lessons provide opportunities to examine universal themes which include the following: identity, diversity, hope, resilience, imagination, adversity, empathy, love, and responsibility, and our common humanity.
Environmental and Cultural Stories: Voice Your Perspective
This workshop will explore the power of cultural and environmental multimedia to engage participants with environmental and indigenous rights issues. Explore engaging questions and themes and voice your perspective and solutions to global issues.
Indigenous Related Topics
This workshop will explore stories from indigenous communities witnessing language loss, climate change, and food security, to name a few. Participants will explore how indigenous individuals are preserving parts of their culture, what challenges they face, and potential solutions.