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Cry, the Beloved Planet

We are outgrowing our earthly clothes
Holding onto the ripped corners
Where planted flags thread false meanings
Pinning the polluted soil
Ensuring the tomatoes are labeled in winter… 187 more words

Q+A with Rhiannon Tomtishen, Environmental Advocate and Global Citizen

Our fourth and final GOTR Alum, Rhiannon Tomtishen is truly an inspiration. She’s already won a UN award for her work, spoken on countless major news networks and events, and provided leadership and guidance to many leading organizations – and she’s only 19! 1,260 more words

Featured Muse

A Long Journey and a Short Night in Dubai

As it turns out, it takes a very long time to get to Bali, but we are finally here!

We were lucky to find a flight on Emirates, which ended up being as great as its ratings. 792 more words

Global Citizenship

Kids taking control of their own learning.

A school principal in Melbourne describes how the students at his school take control of their own learning. An absolutely awesome school by all accounts, well worth the ten minute viewing time. 75 more words


Faith & Belief

People of faith, whatever they believe in, and whichever religion they follow, often go through life experiencing existential crises. Their relationship to faith has its own cycles of ebbs and flows. 1,377 more words

Social Observations

The power in knowing who you are.

A great example of what a grounding, belief and conviction in knowing who you are, the values that you stand for can achieve. Powerful stuff!

Believe In Yourself

My first foray in Global Citizenship

I’ve always had a strong interest in Global Citizenship. In one of my first teaching posts I helped connect my school with schools in Zambia and Sierra Leone through shared projects and staff/pupil exchanges. 478 more words