Call for Bicentennial Volunteers
The Bicentennial Volunteers are agents of social change in our own communities and representatives of the Peruvian citizen of 2021, who longs for a country without corruption, who defends the values of equality and care for the environment, proud of their identity and diversity and who
appeals to dialogue and reconciliation as tools for the construction of an integrated country.
Sign up here: https://bicentenario.gob.pe/voluntarios/
Call for volunteering “Sponsor an older adult”
The pandemic physically separated us from many loved ones. Also, it left without precious visits and accompaniments to older adults from a family home.
Would you like to cheer up by sending a written message to an older adult virtually? You can do it by participating in our third volunteer.
This is our chance to remind you how important you are and that no one has forgotten you.
Enrollment link: https://lnkd.in/eB2-7hV
Call for digital volunteering “Colecta juguete pendiente”
For the second year, we are launching the collection for the benefit of “Hogar Pendiente”, a space, initially temporary, to house girls, boys and adolescents from different regions of the country who come to Lima in search of medical treatment.
This 2021, we are in a stable space, but with the same desire to continue building a home to continue providing dozens of families with accommodation, food, therapies and other services in a warm environment.
Sign up from June 13 to July 04: https://proa.pe/ong/juguete-pendiente-1/colecta-juguete-pendiente-2021-voluntariado-digital
Webinar “Traces of the past: an approach from photogrammetry to reveal the spatiality in the Inca centers of Chinchaysuyu”
The spatial configuration of an Inca imperial center reflects the articulation and control strategies of the groups annexed to the Tawantinsuyu. Our research addresses the management of space in the Inca sites of Uquira and Piura from the analysis of aerial photographs and recognition with RPAs. The applied method reveals the superposition of the urban patterns that make up the final layout of these archaeological settlements. The results allow us to understand the transformation processes of Uquira and Piura, and to reevaluate the current interpretations of their spatial arrangements.
- Andrea Gonzales , Professor of the Directorate of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences - UTEC
- Emily Baca Marroquín , Professor of the Directorate of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences - UTEC
Date: January 29
Time: 5:00 p.m.
Registration Link: http://bit.ly/3a1SA9E
Free event, prior registration Via zoom