The Ubuntu Global Network (UGN) is an informal network of Ubuntu Leaders Academy (ULA) participants, with the aim of developing the values of servant leadership, ethics of care and bridge-building.
Gets its inspiration from world renowned persons of reference namely, Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King, Mother Teresa of Calcutta, Gandhi and Malala.
UBUNTU LEADERS ACADEMY
First edition of the ULA
The first edition of the Ubuntu Leaders Academy was developed with the support of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation for 50 youths from Lisbon’s most vulnerable migrant communities.
Ubuntu Social Incubator supports dozens of social entrepreneurship projects
ISU supports dozens of social entrepreneurship projects in Porto and Lisbon.
Internationalization in Africa, Asia and Latin America
Process of internationalization and replication of the Ubuntu methodology, by training trainers and organizations.
Organization of the Centenary Celebrations of the Birth of Nelson Mandela
220 young people from 50 countries at ULA Africa and the Middle East
The ULA for Africa and the Middle- East received more than 900 applications for the first online edition in English.
Capacity building project for 1 million Ubuntu leaders kicks off in South Africa
In partnership with MIET Africa, the implementation of a training program for 1 million young people in South African schools has started.
600 participants from 190 countries at Ubuntu United Nations
After more than 4 000 applications, the Ubuntu United Nations project achieves the ambitious goal of bringing together youth leaders from 190 countries for an innovative platform to build peace dialogues.
Ubuntu reaches 391 Schools
Across the country, the Ubuntu Schools project reaches a total of 391 schools.