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General Report: Impressions of being in Saint Vincent by Karolina

General Report: Impressions of being in Saint Vincent
by Karolina
    I was in the place about which I had been dreaming for a long time (without even knowing that it exists). One might wonder why Saint Vincent is so special. To begin with, the nature there was just breathtaking. No matter where you turn, you were always surrounded by mountains. I had spent 3 months in St. Vincent and I could not get enough of the view. Vegetation is surprisingly rich as well. The soil is so rich that if you stand on it for a while you will grow taller they say. Also...
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EXPERIENCES WITH A YOUTH GROUP by VANESSA

EXPERIENCES WITH A YOUTH GROUP
by VANESSA
  Our Second project was initially unplanned, almost falling from the sky! It was an intensive environmental program with 24 teenagers, 12 from Saint Vincent and 12 from England that our team was asked to lead. During this program we have a chance to work with many diverse issues at the same time, and the outcomes were awesome.  When we first met the group of youngsters, they were two groups totally estranged to each other, and shy to interact. After some icebreaking group dynamics, sm...
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Getting in Touch with Inequality and Making a Change in Malawi by Rima

Getting in Touch with Inequality and Making a Change in Malawi
by Rima
    I am writing this article based on my experiences in one of the poorest country in the world – Malawi. Did I choose the country? Not really, but probably Malawi chose me even before I got the opportunity to take a stand and be active in a developing country on the Africa continent.   If I needed to choose just three words to describe this beautiful and for many people unknown country I would take these words – hope, inequality and development. Of course I would love to also sa...
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Aspects of Life & Work in Denmark by Jesus

Aspects of Life & Work in Denmark by Jesus
    Dreams  A long time ago, I created my own ‘dreams list’. I think it is something very useful to motivate yourself, know where you are and where you want to see yourself or arrive someday. I try to update it to check how my evolution looks like and try to find some new challenges.  One of those dreams is to go to Africa. I would like to ride a motorbike around Africa. Most probably, I will never do the latter and it doesn’t really matter, because most important about the d...
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Cultural Differences and Wonders by Nozomi

Cultural Differences and Wonders by Nozomi
  It is very particular to see the difference between Asia and Europe. Through talking with people who have different backgrounds and culture, you can find many differences compared to your own culture. The way of joking is quite different. I sometimes wonder and why people don’t get angry because they are so directly and too serious.  For instance, one day one teammate said to my Japanese “I have to wear a hood because I don’t have hair”. She didn’t know how to react so she just said ...
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The Development Instructor Concept

The Development Instructor Concept
Lucio  The Development Instructor Concept    To become a good Development Instructor (DI) it is important to first of all know the personal reasons we are here. It is important to have clear and specific goals that we really want to realize. Goals like meeting new people, new cultures and sharing common life and work, or getting a job, or reaching Africa, or learning English and so on... it can be different from person to person. But for sure, all goals chosen can serve to improve...
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Journal Period by Pedro

Journal Period by Pedro
Journal Period Dialogue, Communication & Motivation by Pedro Calero   At the present time I am half way into my journal period. The journal period is a two months period where we bring our studies and experiences of the program to the public. The main intention is to inspire or empower others to be more solidaric and caring about the world. It is also an opportunity to meet other people with social sensibility and participate in actions and initiatives outside the school network.  ...
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Peace conference Speech By gert Tjoelker

Peace conference Speech By gert Tjoelker
Power to the People    Camerado, I give you my hand! I give you my love more precious than money, I give you myself before preaching or law; Will you give me yourself, will you come travel with me? Shall we stick by each other as long as we live?   These are the last words of the poem: Song of the Open Road! From Walt Whitman.   I wanted to start this speech with his words, because such an invitation,  who doesn’t want to receive an invitation like that?!   It expre...
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What Impact have the DI's in Malawi? A list of achievements....

What Impact have the DI's in Malawi? A list of achievements....
  The Impact of the DI’s in Malawi   Chihiro and Leona were incorporated in the Bussing the continent program together with Chilangoma students and they travelled for 5 weeks, they visited Zambia, Zimbabwe. Tanzania, Mozambique and Botswana and they had good experience from the travel as narrated in their final report. Shihiro and Leona were part and parcel in the bussing preparatory action and they had the task of teaching the travelling students how to use a kindle ensuring that stud...
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USA Elections - The world we live in

Goodmorning! This morning - the morning of 9 november 2016 - I woke up with the news of Donald Trump becoming the new president of the USA. The choice was between two and they were both bad really: Hillary Clinton is part and parcel of the military industrial complex, representing a kind of permanent war as the way forward, while on the other hand Trump seems to represent a true nightmare. So what does that mean for the future of the most powerful country of our planet? And what does it mean for...
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Planting Actions Worldwide 

Planting Actions Worldwide 
When you talk to Lynsey Grosfield, based in Denmark, she will say tree planting is her hobby. Tree planting is, to say the least, a fortunate hobby that makes a very big difference when having a wide picture of the many answers solved when addressing the importance of nature. The list is extensive and the spectrum includes direct food dependence for millions of people as well as impact on climate change which embraces humanity.  Forest ecosystems cover roughly 30%1 of the global land area a...
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How is it to live at our School!

How is it to live at our School!
  When I come to think how have been my life during more than a year at the school many memories and feeling invade me, so many that I don’t even know where to start… My very first experience with this big and nomadic family started being part of a building weekend. I didn’t even know where I was coming to or what could I expect and then, after a long trip someone picked me up and brought me to a beautiful place full of wonderful and ordinary people having fun and working together to leave ...
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Cultural Exchange in Saint Vincent

Cultural Exchange in Saint Vincent
    One of the most challenging but enriching projects we have undertaken here at Richmond Vale has been to be in charge of a 17-day climate change and biodiversity environmental educational. 12 teenagers from Saint Vincent and 12 from England came together to learn to make different actions in order to mitigate the consequences of climate change.  During this time our main goals were not just to create awareness about one of the biggest issues of our time among the new generation...
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Photo Exhibition

Photo Exhibition
My name is Tim and I come from Belgium. From May until November 2016, I worked as a Development Instructor in a pre-schools project in Malawi. I am now at the end of what we call, “the Journal Period”. At the beginning of the Journal Period, we bundle all our experiences, stories, thoughts  & achievements from our service period in Malawi. After gathering all this information, we mould it into a message and bring it to the people. I gave several presentations in Belgium about our work i...
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Global Warming Rhyme

Global Warming Rhyme
Can you be cool without attending school? Can you be cool when you waste food? Can you be cool while making a trash pool?  Can you be cool while taking part in a shopping boom? Can you be cool - or are you one fool – by making this planet uncool? Cool people help a warm planet.
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First week at the School by Carla

First week at the School by Carla
I knew that my first week was going to be hard because I also had been advised a few times about it but I think it was amazing. We went to Tvind to prepare the Winter Concert which is a great classical music event that moves so many people. It was an incredible week with people from all over the world and we were working together to carry out something huge. I met amazing people with who I talked with about life experiences similar to mine and those experiences helped me to be sure that the prog...
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5 WAYS TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THIS WORLD

5 WAYS TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THIS WORLD
Share with your closer community. It is of great value to connect with your community, community life will unite people and create reliability amongst people. Cooperation and sharing will safe you and your community resources and last but not least, will bring some fun to your life and a sense of togetherness.    Make your contribution, become an activist. Volunteer. Go there. Act. Even if it is one hour a week, but let the feeling of giving soak in to you. Feel useful, doing something...
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Arrival to this school by Ayae

Arrival to this school by Ayae
When I arrived to this school, I was nervous because this is my first time to stay in Europe. But actually everybody was really nice to me and tried to understand what I would like to say in English. Also this program is nice because I can stay in the school with my teammates all day, so we can be like a family. A lot of people from many countries come to this school. So my expectation is not only for studying how to fight with the poor. I expect to be able to experience the cultures of many cou...
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The ABC about Volunteering

The ABC about Volunteering
Hi! If I ask you about the alphabet, you will probably recite me the 26 letters in one go. You also probably know about the funny game where one person chooses a letter and the other participants have to fill in different categories with a word starting with the same letter. Don’t worry, I don’t want to remind you your first days at school! This is not what this article is about. But, if I tell you about the “ABC of something”, it is about the basics of this something. This something I want to t...
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How to create a special event about Climate Change

How to create a special event about Climate Change
Open SundayOn the 8th of January 2017, we, Climate activists, will organize an “Open Sunday”. What is that? It is an event in which we will bring you to the wonderful world of plants. They not only look beautiful and taste good, they also have amazing powers – contribute to both health and vitality! What has worked for hundreds of years does also work today. Its just out of fashion to use homemade remedies. Fortunately the knowledge has not been lost. It has been preserved for such a long time a...
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