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Key Learning #4: The Global North and The Global South

Finally, it is essential as a community that we learn the basics of the divide between the Global North and the Global South in order to destroy it.   868 more words

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Key Learning #3: Global Citizenship in the Classroom

Wondering how you can encourage global citizenship and social justice in your classroom.  Well wonder no more!  Here is a link to a helpful pamphlet on 5 activities you can do with your class to promote glocal thinking and change. 6 more words

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Show a little empathy and unity

Empathy: the ability to understand and share the feelings of another.

Increasingly, I find myself frustrated by the lack of empathy shown towards others, and having discussed this several times over the last week, I felt compelled to write about it. 714 more words

Inspired by: Girl power

Last week I attended Ancient Worlds, a conversation-slash-debate between historians Bettany Hughes and and Michael Scott at the Royal Institute of Great Britain. It was an hour and a half of expert perspectives and audience questions on the state of politics and its relationship with the ‘truths’ about history that we think we know. 644 more words

Expat Moments

What part of Europe will I set out for TOMORROW?

I leave for a trip tomorrow! Here’s where I’m going… drumroll please…

In case you can’t see on the map, that’s Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, and Bosnia & Herzegovina. 398 more words

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The Problem with Global Citizenship

While nationality, or local citizenship, is a state of blithe affiliation for those to whom it is important, it is probable that the future will look upon it as a symbol of dangerous and outdated status, rather than status quo. 522 more words

Q & A with Srs. Eileen Reilly and Winifred Doherty, teaching others to be global citizens

From Global Sisters Report by Christ Herlinger, published June 28, 2016 teaching others to be global citizens on line version

Sr. Winifred Doherty, the U.N. representative of the Congregation of Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd (GSR photo / Chris Herlinger)