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Rethinking Lazy Stereotypes >>
Teaching English in China was an eye-opener for Rob Neal.
Hands up for the Big Picture >>
Peter Everington returns to Sudan to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Independence.
China Woos a Japanese Heart >>
Kato is now a second year student in International Relations at Beijing University. He is also a part-time Japanese teacher at a local high school and President of Beijing University’s Japanese Students Association (BUJSA).
Those Who Can, Teach >>
The Centre is an English language school for low-income students, which began life in a garage and now boasts over 500 students.
Shining a Light of Hope >>
Amidst the slums of Pune, Pamela Jenner discovers an organization which is bringing hope to the city’s poorest inhabitants.
A Lifetime of Sticking His Neck Out >>
It took a shipwreck to turn John Graham into a giraffe. David Allen talks to an adventurer, peacemaker and risk-taker extraordinaire.
A Hand on Her Shoulder >>
Stan Hazell meets a nonagenarian whose latest book is a surprise hit in Britain's prisons.
A Very Extended Family >>
Ann Rignall meets Pete and June Pemberton, who have fostered 360 children over the past 40 years.
Reasons for Hope >>
Reasons for Hope conference in Liverpool, UK, focussed on healing history, the power of honest dialogue, and how the skills of asylum seekers and refugees could be used for the benefit of all.
Refugee With Lessons for the World's Teachers >>
Stan Hazell talks to Teame Mebrahtu —a refugee who has devoted his life to education.