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Past Events

July 25, 2023 from 12pm-2pm EST 

A World Council event hosted by the Grandmother Collective

Join us for this exciting workshop! Register below and connect with others in the Grandmother Collective community while experiencing firsthand the World Council method for hosting effective conversations that bridge generational, ideological, religious and socio-economic divides. This event lasts two hours and is open to all.

At World Council gatherings, participants take on the persona of a historical humanitarian hero to discuss the problems we face today. Then, together as a "World Council" of historical leaders, they work together to devise solutions to shared problems. The event is an opportunity to reflect, listen, and engage with others; to explore other peoples' perspectives by putting ourselves in their shoes; and to brainstorm solutions to bring about the world we hope to live in. 

For over 25 years, World Council gatherings have been attended by people of all ages, leanings and backgrounds. Over time, World Council has documented that respectful dialogue on issues that matter to us all can unite us in our shared universal values and encourage us to act together to achieve our common hopes for our world. Read more about the process at

July 23, 2023 from 10am - 2pm EST

GMC "Ask a Grandma" Booth @ High Point Sunday Market

Philadelphia, PA

Come visit our "Ask a Grandmother" Booth and learn more about the Collective! 

September 15, 2022 from 10am - 2pm EST

"Exploring Change through Culture with the Grandmother Project's Dr. Judi Aubel"

An in-depth interview and Q&A with Dr. Judi Aubel, Co-Founder & Executive Director of the Grandmother Project - Change through Culture.⁠ 

About the event:

Learn about Dr. Aubel's 20 years of experience, focused on community development programs that leverage grandmothers and older women as culture-carriers and that empower communities to promote their own well-being. ⁠ 

About the speaker:

Dr. Judi Aubel has worked with community health, education and child protection programs primarily in Africa, but also in Latin America, Asia and the Pacific. Her interest and expertise is in the development of community programs that build on socio-cultural realities and roles, including that of grandmothers and older women, and that empower communities to promote their own well-being. 

About the Grandmother Project:

Grandmother Project - Change through Cultures mission is to improve the health and well-being of women, children and families in countries in the Global South by empowering communities to drive their own development by building on their own experience, resources and cultural realities. Learn more about their programs and successes in education, girls' development, maternal/child health and nutrition, and capacity building for other NGOs.