Today, Wednesday, February 23, this is our selection of links that we hope may be of use to you.
Call: United Nations and Human Rights
The United Nations Voluntary Trust Fund on Contemporary Forms of Slavery has launched its annual call to support projects that fight forced labor and human trafficking globally. Check the rules and send your project before March 1st and receive between 15,000 and 35,000 USD.
You already cultivated donors in 2021. And now what’s next?
If you have not yet developed your strategy to retain your donors, this article offers you some basics to start doing it. Take a look and learn these tips that will help you think about how to retain your new donors in 2022.
WWSF: Women in Rural Life Creativity Award
The Women’s World Summit Foundation awards a $1,000 award to creative rural women and groups that help advance and improve the quality of life in rural communities. If you are a woman and you work with the development of rural communities, this call is of interest to you.
This article from El País explains how self-demand and perfectionism in the workplace can become an obstacle to productivity. Find out how to prevent this from happening for both you and your team.
Don’t let the mobile take over your life
We know that mobile phones are an integral part of our daily lives, but have you ever wondered how much time they occupy in your life? The New York Times brings you tips so you can reduce your mobile use and exercise self-discipline to prevent the screen from taking your time.