Tag Archives: education

Is Formal Education Really Education?

For the first time in 10 months I have the opportunity to write as a normal native natural human! I can write as I wish with the primary focus of connecting to people, feelings, understanding and discovery without an academic … Continue reading

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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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What was I thinking in Aotearoa New Zealand 2009…?

I had a wonderful read of my blog from a 3000km bicycle trip I did in Aotearoa New Zealand in 2009. The excerpt that really got me from all of it was 10 pictures defining my life for an article I was interviewed … Continue reading

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The reaction to Malala in Pakistan – my perspective…

The sentiment of Malala’s shot to the head from the Taliban was felt first and foremost by the people in her own country in Pakistan where I have been lucky to spend the past 5 weeks. There was outrage, quietly … Continue reading

Posted in 2012 Life, Global Poverty Project Blogs, Opinions / Thoughts / Reflections, Pakistan | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Same presentation always different experience

  Presenting about extreme poverty in a country that actually has extreme poverty is always a bit of a weird one but I have to say the presentation is usually just as affective as it is in the developed world. … Continue reading

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