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Event Report: The Need for Youth Political Involvement in the Baltic States

By Algimants Kontauts, EST Ambassador to Latvia.  Algimants graduated from the University of Latvia in International Economic Relations. After living, studying, working and doing business in more than 30 countries, he is currently enrolled in the European Studies Master Program at the University of Latvia. 678 more words

Articles And Blogs

Come and Go | Quest

” You get a strange feeling when you leave a place, like you’ll not only miss the people you love, but you miss the person you are at this time and place because you’ll never be this way  ever again…” { … 833 more words


Implicit Bias in Preschool (you know what is about to happen here, right?!)

If we need another reason to send our kids to school with folks who aren’t just like them, here it is!

“This result is consistent with previous research on empathy, Gilliam says. 56 more words


Refugees Hosting Refugees

In an article published today in a special issue of Forced Migration Review on ‘Local Communities: first and last providers of protection‘ (issue 53), Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh draws on her ongoing research into the experiences of local communities hosting refugees in the Middle East to interrogate the widespread assumption that the local communities hosting refugees are composed of settled and established groups of… 1,393 more words

Integrated Empathy

As a kid, I was bussed to school for 1.5-2 hours. From 4th to 8th grade, I was forced to attend school with people of other races. 374 more words


Even If You're An Evergreen, You're Changing, Too

I realized something the other day as my husband and I were driving out to the Mt. Hood National Forest: deciduous trees get all the glory this time of year.  1,008 more words

Personal Growth

When to Move BizTalk to Azure IaaS

There are several reasons why a move from on-premise machines to Azure Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) makes sense. This article on TechNet describes top reasons why BizTalk servers could (and could not) be moved. 92 more words