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WHO WE ARE

Alliance Institute is 501(c)(3) organization that provides community organizing training and capacity building assistance to non-profits and community-based organizations in New Orleans and across the gulf south. With a primary goal of increasing economic and social equity through community engagement, Alliance Institute works to provide individuals, families, and organizations with the skills and tools they need to fully participate in the decision making processes that affect them in their homes, neighborhoods, and communities.

PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS

Health Care Access Along the Gulf Coast

By bringing together a diverse set of stakeholders from across the Gulf Coast region, Alliance Institute and its partners are ensuring that residents have a real say in the future of healthcare services in their communities.


Community Involvement


Language and Literacy Access


Preserving Health Care Funding


Regional Health Care Symposiums


Gulf Region Health Outreach Program

Wednesday
Sep062017

GRHOP

Social and Environmental Justice as a Lens to Approach the Distribution of $105 Million of Directed Funding in Response to the Deepwater Horizon Oil Disaster”

Alliance Institute was pleased to received notice this August that the above-titled paper we submitted for peer-review as part of our collaborative efforts with the Gulf Region Health Outreach Program (GRHOP) was accepted.  It is available for viewing at no cost until September 17, 2017.

 

You can find the article at this link: http://bit.ly/2vKHCRn

Wednesday
Sep062017

Financial Innovation for Climate Resilience

Can blended finance rise to the needs of coastal communities?

Members of the American Sustainable Business Council, the Global Business Alliance, the Global Compact and others at the intersection of global and national interests attended a cocktail reception hosted by Alliance Institute (AI) at the home of Harriet Mouchly-Weiss, founding director of Strategy XXI Media & Marketing. The evening provided an opportunity for further discussion regarding the UN’s Sustainable Development Guidelines (SDGs) and the commitment to link the “talk” at the United Nations with the “walk” that is occurring in coastal communities around the globe. AI’s Executive Director, Stephen Bradberry focused on economic opportunities in the Gulf Coast region that offered best practices established around the UN’s SDGs and the human right to finance for development.

(Pictured from left to right: Regina Barboza of CareerWorks Newark Alliance; Our gracious hostess Mrs. Harriet Mouchly-Weiss; MaryAnne Howland of ASBC; Iva Kaufman of ASBC)

 

Thursday
Aug242017

Linking Gulf Coast Concerns to Global Efforts at the United Nations

Alliance Institute (AI) is determined to ensure marginalized communities across the Gulf Coast of the United States are prepared to confront climate impacts. The United Nations held its High Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development from July 10 - July 19 2017. Stephen Bradberry, Executive Director of AI and RFK Human Rights Laureate, was on hand to discuss the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals from the perspective of US Gulf Coast Communities. He met with representatives from the American Sustainable Business Council and the Global Business Alliance (GBA for 2030), which includes the Global Compact, and is housed at the International Chamber of Commerce to discuss ways in which the Gulf Coast can develop resources and exchange information with locations in similar situations across the globe. 

Known as the “Energy Coast,” the American side of the Gulf of Mexico is deeply affected by the convergence of sea level rise, climate variables, and the need for sustainable growth.

Natural and man-made disasters from Hurricane Katrina to BP’s oil disaster have made “climate refugees” of numerous coastal residents such as those from Isle De Jean.

 

A National Geographic article entitled “Sea Level Rise Will Flood Hundreds of Cities in the Near Future” stated unequivocally that more than 90 coastal communities in the U.S. are currently “battling chronic flooding, meaning the kind of flooding that’s so unmanageable it prompts people to move away.  That number is expected to roughly double to more than 170 communities in less than 20 years.”  The article is available here: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/07/sea-level-rise-flood-global-warming-science/)