Congratulations to our Class 15 Rotary Peace Fellows on their graduation and very successful public seminar. Well done!
Three months of Rotary Peace Fellowship were an amazing journey to diversified cultures, different paradigms of knowledge, phases of human emotions and rational critical thinking. It was an effort to … Continue reading
Between the public and private realms exists a thin line. Despite this thin and unclear line, people claim more institutional transparency and freedom while demanding their right to privacy so … Continue reading
I picked the date for my blog with purpose. It might appear that I chose one of the last spots so I wouldn’t have to worry about it, so I … Continue reading
An anthropologist might say that people fight before they starve. A political scientist might say that citizens expect from their governments the provision of “bread and circuses”. A peacebuilder might … Continue reading
A person’s story should never be reduced to the most horrible situation he or she has faced, or to their most promising trait. Likewise a country with a traumatic history … Continue reading