Festivals, competitions and workshops to promote upcycling are spreading across India.
Tribe of Lambs is holding a rock party in Calgary to fund 54 children at Rays Home for HIV Positive Children in India.
A home for teen mothers faced thousands of dollars in repair expenses. One Landmark graduate took on making a difference everywhere he could.
A new video series features Landmark Forum graduates sharing what they got out of taking part in Landmark’s programs.
The Prime Minister of India and the chief ministers of four states participated in a Self-Expression and Leadership Program project which was a celebration of the Tiranga, the Indian flag, which is a symbol of freedom.
The mission of 2020 or Bust is to mobilize the global community to end the climate crisis and to rally the world around the next five years as our make-it-or-break-it window of opportunity to get on track to making that happen.
One woman and her friends have spearheaded the removal of harmful garbage in Mumbai as her project in Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
A committed Landmark Forum graduate takes her campaign to eliminate violence against women and girls to Pakistan and India.
A British business owner and community leader recently participated in The Landmark Forum in America. He was blown away.
What started as a one time, $5,000, crowdfunding campaign to help kids has become an all out effort to alter the lives of HIV positive children across India.
Beauty Bites Beast takes on that misguided set of beliefs and flips them on their head, not only with Mexican factory workers but with Kenyan “grannies,” university students, housewives and executives from all over the world.
Special Spectators, an organization dedicated to giving sick children a chance to attend sports events and meet the players, created by Landmark Forum graduate Blake Rockwell in the Self-Expression and Leadership Program, is in the running for a Gatorade sports prize.
Adam Hammes is doing more than standing for sustainability – he is empowering others to make a difference in the face of stress and resignation.
Landmark graduate Amy Waterman has created the Living Donor Storytelling Project to publicize the many benefits of kidney donations.
A bold new initiative seeks to empower a million young people to be entrepreneurs.
This TEDxHongKong talk by Landmark graduate Charles Caldwell explores a new kind of leadership.
Mathew Shurka has campaigned tirelessly against the now discredited practice of gay conversion therapy. Shurka tells his personal story in TIME Magazine, including the difference The Landmark Forum made for him.
Landmark graduate Robert Toporek has created a reunion for the men he served with Vietnam, in honor of Milton Olive, who gave his life to save four members of the platoon, and was the first African American to be awarded the medal of honor in Vietnam.
Inspired by the difference his sister Pam Djigounian makes as a teacher, Jeff Gamble grew an internship program at the hospital he worked at that has both saved the hospital lots of money and improved its service, and made an extraordinary difference in preparing underprivileged young people for the future.
Pam Djigounian and her brother Jeff Gamble are Landmark Forum graduates who have made an enormous difference in educating young people and introducing them to the field of health care. This is part one of their story.
Landmark graduate Megan Feldman gives a talk on TEDx Boulder about forgiveness.
Long after Hurricane Katrina, Landmark Forum graduate Roger Dart continues to spearhead rebuilding efforts in New Orleans.
Landmark graduate Joe Kirin encourages people the world over to take a day to stop complaining.
Having experienced homelessness himself, AJ Lovewins now does everything he can to empower homeless people to live great lives.
By supporting sustainability through crowdfunding and a unique business partnership, two Landmark graduates are blazing a new trail in the world of non-profits.
One Landmark graduate’s plan to create wealth for hundreds of thousands of African families may reach the ears of Virgin Group legend Richard Branson.
Starting with one tweet, #Foodiechats has become a Monday phenomenon, reaching millions of food lovers worldwide.
A Landmark graduate experiences New York at many different levels.
At TEDx Fort McMurray, sustainability executive and Landmark Forum graduate Joey Hundert discusses the challenges of starting something new.
Landmark Forum graduate Mathew Shurka has become a compassionate leader in the movement to outlaw gay conversion therapy.