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Walking & Riding for Teaspoons of Change & the Global Goals in 2018

Originally posted on Live Below the Line Lunny:
It’s been a while to get on this blog but nice to be back here. I’m off again ready for another trip! My last proper trip was back in 2014 when I…

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Teaspoons of peace that will last a lifetime

Originally posted on Rotary Voices:
With peace makers from around the world at the International Institute on Peace Education conference in Innsbruck, Austria By d’Arcy Lunn, 2016-18 Rotary Peace Fellow, International Christian University, Tokyo Take visiting 15 countries over five…

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Classrooms of the World

Recently I saw a blog on 7 amazing classrooms from around the world and went Wow! Then I added a photo of mine from a classroom I was presenting in this year in South Sudan. Then I thought about all … Continue reading

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Teaspoons of Feedback

Always great to get some feedback from presentations and this is really powerful from the guys at Marist College Canberra and I feel is a snippet of the sentiment from most Teaspoons of Change presentations (can I say all?)…

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What my 5 most important ‘things’ are in life

I was asked this wonderful question of ‘What are the 5 most important things in life?’ by a senior Rotarian at a Rotary Club presentation I gave recently. I was honoured to be asked such a question by this beautiful … Continue reading

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Interview for Teaspoons of Change Australian Presentation Tour

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I’m currently back in Australia for three months for a Teaspoons of Change global citizen presentation tour. Check out here what this tour is all about!

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The Global Goals for Me, You & The World

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Hopefully you might have heard (or will hear) about the The Global Goals, Project Everyone and/or The World’s Largest Lesson (a global framework to end extreme poverty, reduce inequality and combat climate change). Here is a blog on what they … Continue reading

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