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Do You Have What it Takes to be a World Citizen?

The term “world” or “global” citizen is generally used to describe an individual who is liberal and open-minded enough to dissolve his identity within a global society and becomes more than just a citizen of a particular country or group, whatever it may be. 457 more words

A Different Kind of All-School Assessment

Assessments are an important part of any educational institution and it’s no different at St. Andrew’s. The always inventive and creative faculty often go about it in different ways, but students are constantly called upon to show what they know in papers, presentations, and projects. 395 more words

Global Citizenship

The Global Citizen Single Origin Coffee Club

A new partnership between Zoka Coffee and the Krista Foundation for Global Citizenship delivers the best single-origin direct trade coffees from around the world to your home, while helping equip young volunteers with leadership skills equal to the challenges of our times. 2,046 more words

Spotlight

If I could have lunch with Malala Yousafzai

Last night, my husband and I were lying in bed talking. We like to play this game of 20 questions, and we always get really random. 999 more words

Social Issues

"We cannot have experience without taking risks" by Narmin Saidova

Hi everybody!!!

My name is Narmin Saidova. I decided to share my impressions from the internship which I had done in the capital of Hungary, Budapest. 387 more words

Exchange Stories

CONGRATULATIONS, Malala & Kailash!

Two years ago and one day ago Malala Yousafzai of Pakistan was wantonly
shot in the head by a gunman of the Pakistani
Taliban. Today, she has been honored by the Norwegian Nobel Committee. 101 more words

Peace And Prosperity

Be inspired by an Economist

So we have been pretty lucky in being able to interview Shamubeel Eaqub. A passionate and well respected economist who usually does interviews for TV3 and newspapers. 33 more words

Communication