Humanist Movement.     The humanist movement is inspired in New Humanism, a current of thought expressed in the writings of Silo and the many authors and artists who are inspired by his work. Humanism is not an ideology but a sentiment and a way of life that places the human being as a central concern. It is a way of being in the world that strives to overcome pain and suffering, learn without limits, and love the reality we build.  Through the methodology of Active Nonviolence the organisms and actions fronts of the humanist movement work for simultaneous personal and social transformation. The Memoscopio team collaborates with humanist organizations that include:

CUNY Graduate Center’s New Media Lab.     Since February of 2010 Memoscopio has been present at the New Media Lab (NML) of the City University of New York (CUNY) Graduate Center. Director Andrea Vasquez, Project Adviser Aaron Knoll, researcher Shawndel Fraser and the members of the NML community have contributed to making new media a central element of the Memoscopio project.  Read more about Memoscopio in the NML site.

Public Science Project.     Through seminars, conferences and publications, Memoscopio collaborates with  PSP-affiliated researchers and activists whose work combines self-education, transformatory action, and social research. Director Dr. María Torre,  Founder Dr. Michelle Fine, and the PSP community have contributed to making the principles of Participatory Action Research a core element of the Memoscopio project.

Committee on Globalization and Social Change .     Carolina Muñoz Proto  of the Memoscopio team is a 2011-2012 Graduate Fellow with the CGSC of the Graduate Center, City University of New York. During this time, she will develop Memoscopio’s study of the World march for Peace and Nonviolence develop iin the context of the Committee’s conversations about solidarity in the age of globalization.

Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues.     SPSSI’s 2009 Applied Social Issues Internship contributed to the development of Memoscopio’s digital collection of testimonios about the World March for Peace and Nonviolence. This work was presented during SPSSI’s 2010 Biennial Conference in New Orleans and will be featured in an upcoming issue of the Journal of Social Issues being edited by Dr, Ricardo Barreras and Dr. Sean Massey.

Alegría Global.     Alegría Global es una organización ciudadana dedicada a contagiar la alegría en todo el planeta. Promueven y apoyan buenas obras en diferentes países y contactan  a personas y organizaciones para generar una comunidad global de responsabilidad social y acción positiva. Twitter: @alegriaglobal