The seeds that you plant...

The seeds that you plant...
Don't judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant. by Robert Louis Stevenson
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How We Help: Our Working Model as audio-visual presentation

How We Help: Our Working Model as audio-visual presentation
We have just come up with a new version of a presentation of our working model and some of the interesting concepts behind it. The presentation has sound , and actually relies on voice to convey its message, so please make sure to have your speakers on. Click to Watch
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Greece through the eyes of the homeless

Greece through the eyes of the homeless
​A homeless woman was given a camera and asked to document life on the streets of Athens. My personality was dismembered in pieces. I felt like I had died. But without solidarity, I wouldn't have been here, I wouldn't have survived. Solidarity can save you from the fall. by Pashali Magazine: Greece through the eyes of the homeless - Al Jazeera Engl...
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The girls of the Lord's Resistance Army

The girls of the Lord's Resistance Army
Ugandan women who were abducted as children by the LRA share their stories of rape, torture and abandonment. Pain at sunrise, regrets at sunset – dawn or dusk, life isn't fair anymore. by Betty Ejang Magazine: The girls of the Lord's Resistance Army - Al Jazeera English Ugandan women who were abducted as children by the LRA share their stories...
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Malala chose to make a difference

Malala chose to make a difference

Malala chose to make a difference. She chose to ‘’be the change that she wishes to see in the world’’, as Gandhi says. She did this by having the courage to speak up and fight for her dream of empowering women through education, despite all the consequences that this can bring. She also chose to make a difference in the way she fights the enemy, not through anger or violence, but through empathy and dialogue.

This seventeen years old girl is an excellent example of impressive maturity and empathy. If we would all follow her example, raise our voice against calamities and fight the opponent through peace, maybe we could bring a social change, maybe we could create a better world where the peace prevails, and maybe, we could avoid the country of the blind where the one eyed man is the king.

[Note by HS - This was a comment Antoneta made during the preparation phase of the website. We post it now as we believe these thoughts should not remain unheard.]

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