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Inguz Editorial finishes 2018 with the publication or 2 books!

Inguz editorial is an independent publishing house based out of Buenos Aires, Argentina. They collect narratives from up and coming authors and compile them into books that are sold throughout the country. What makes these books particularly special is that proceeds from sales are then donated to services that provide support to women. The two most recent publications are Cicatrices (Scars) and Estrellas en sus ojos (Stars in their Eyes). Second editions of each book are anticipated for 2019.

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BKG Argentina Launches Inguz Editorial "Literary metamorphosis" aimed at empowering women around the world 

With excitement, we are proud partners of Inguz Editorial, out of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Candela, our editor for the Bindery Journal, proposed a high impact literary project in her native Argentina. Inguz's mission is to help women that have suffered domestic violence, abuses and traumatic situations by selling donated stories authored by local writers and bound into hard copy by the team. 

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Team Venezuela takes education technology head on

The ribbon has officially been cut on the opening of the BKG VZLA workspace in Valencia, Venezuela. Team Venezuela will be collaborating with local education tech start up "Hendere" to develop a digital learning platform. The platform will be first of its kind and will be completed by Summer 2019. The final platform will be able to scale Venezuelan general curriculum in an interactive and effective way, bringing quality education to thousands of students. Stay tuned...

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The Bindery Knowledge Foundation awards the 2018 Knowledge grant to a team of George washington university researchers bound for Nairobi, kenya 

Annually, the Bindery Knowledge Foundation awards one research grant to aid on related expenses for a high impact project around the world. This year's winners were a research team from George Washington University's Elliot School of International Affairs. The research team was bound for Nairobi, Kenya to study water education and the crossroads between engineering and sustainability. The team has shared best research practices with BKG in order to continue such work in critical areas of the world. Read their journey.


Immigration Narratives - Mulitmedia Campaign

Bindery Knowledge Works teamed up with IJPC - Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center and YES - Youth Educating Society to produce a multimedia campaign to share awareness of immigration narratives at the height of DACA legislation. 

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Leaders Born or Made? Ohio Latino Student Summit - Lecture Series 

Bindery Knowledge Group executives teamed up with Kratos Leadership out of Venezuela for an interactive lecture series at the University of of Cincinnati.