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On embracing interdependence

The challenges of globalization cannot be solved by any ‘return’ to previous times. This is not possible. We cannot go back – nor should we wish to. 233 more words


How to reverse the civic empowerment gap of young people? Teach them about politics in school

The problem of low turnout among young people, particularly those from less affluent backgrounds, has been subject of many discussions. Anja Neundorfand Kaat Smets  1,142 more words

My Global Citizenship Philosophy: Giving A Voice to the Voiceless

Earlier this semester, I signed up for a Global Leadership Certificate course at my university.  It was a great experience and the purpose of this certificate is to “assist student leaders in creating broad and safe environments that engage and support diversity.”  We learned a lot of things, but one of the activities we did that I enjoyed the most was developing our global citizenship philosophies.   182 more words

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Arabian Adventure #2: Red Mountain Teacher in Bahrain

Welcome to the second installment of Roar Magazine’s first ever serial story. Two weeks ago, we brought you part 1 on Ms. Kuropatkin, a teacher new to Red Mountain who is already making waves, and her TEACH Fellowship to the Gulf States. 1,035 more words

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We're here!

We’ve arrived at Croke Park and it is extremely busy, We bumped into Rosin our elected Comhairle member from last year. She’s showing us around!!

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Comhairle Na nÓg 2016 

This year myself and Oscar are going to Comhaile Na nÓg. We are very excited and a bit nervous, it will be a lot of fun. 42 more words

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Arabian Adventure #1: Red Mountain Teacher Receives Fellowship to Gulf States

Welcome to Roar Magazine‘s first ever serial story, covering Ms. Kuropatkin’s two week fellowship to the Gulf States. Be sure to check in on Monday for an update as Ms. 410 more words

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