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School leaver Eorann Lean gets a buzz out of a conference for young and old
Pamela Jenner takes part in a conference organized by young Eastern Europeans
I notice him spreading a mat on the floor to commence his morning prayers according to his religion, Islam. From this moment on, I know that this summer in Caux will bring a new experience.
In spite of the fact that the UN Charter on the Rights of the Child is the most widely ratified law in the world, violence against children continues.
Kadi Fakondo's job involves overseeing complaints from the public, community relations, and discipline and internal investigations.
Europe will not find the way forward by avoiding conflict, but by transforming it, maintains Brian Walker.
Torabi (28) left Kabul in 1992, when he was 16, and fled with his whole family to Peshawar in Pakistan. Before their exile, his father had managed a hospital in Kabul.
Phyllis Cameron-Johnson tells Paul Williams how paying a train fare, meeting Navajo visitors to her school and a canoeing accident shaped her life.
The Kutlacas play the harpsichord in turns—Frescobaldi, Scarlatti, Couperin—then they play together, three hands. Maja says she is lucky—she only has to use her right hand.
The harrowing pictures of starving children may seem a million miles away from the peace and beauty of the Swiss mountains. But Mountain House in the village of Caux, high above Lake Geneva, holds a key to the resolution of such tragedies.