Photo: from Aidan Rooney’s kitchen table in Mocomoco, Bolivia

First, here are five things you need to know about the Vincentian Family Systemic Change Manual. It’s

  • Practical,
  • Comprehensive,
  • Well illustrated,
  • Adaptable,
  • and it’s FREE!

Second, are any of the following questions yours? If so, the Systemic Change Manual can help you understand and answer them.

  • What is systemic change all about?
  • What are the criteria for systemic change projects?
  • Does Vincentian spirituality call for systemic change
  • What is involved in being a Servant Leader?
  • What does it mean to be Servant of the Poor today?
  • Are there any seeds of systemic change in Vincent de Paul?
  • How does systemic change align with the Social Doctrine of the Church?
  • What is behind the concept of “Multiplying Agents”?
  • What is the difference between collaborative and participatory work?
  • Are there any proven strategies?
  • What are five strategies to fight poverty today?
  • Why is there interest in “social impact”?
  • Is change is possible?
  • What are the implications of living in a Global Village?
  • How important is fundraising for systemic change?
  • How do you change an existing project into a systemic change project?
  • What and who is the International Commission to Promote Systemic Change?

Download the Manual for Systemic Change here and put it on your kitchen table and read a bit every morning.

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