Thinking global, living local: Voices in a globalized world

  • Fake news

    Fake News: How to Separate Facts from Fiction

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    Hoaxes, fake videos and image manipulations are nightmares for every journalist. Since citizen media – so called eyewitness videos or photos, floats the social media sphere, you cannot simply trust what you see. Here’s how to keep a cool head when filtering news from noise.   Does anyone remember the […]

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    Join Youth Time Global Forum in Indonesia!

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    The Youth Global Forum is a unique event, which will gather together more than 150 participants from all over the world in Jakarta, Indonesia. The aim is to come up with the solutions for the most prevalent issues. The topic of the annually organized event is related to the location […]

  • John Lennon Imagine Strawberry Fields Memorial - Central Park

    Imagination is the key to our future

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    The UK has decided to leave the European Union. The EU itself has now far more ‘far right’ xenophobic parties in the European parliament than ever before in its history. On the back of very virulent xenophobia, Trump, otherwise a sideshow freak in the branding/entertainment industry, is now a presidential contender in the […]

  • The Infant and Toddler Team engaging the children in music therapy and gross motor skills

    Different but not without dignity

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    Literary skills and social interaction can be daunting for Blind and Visually Impaired(BVI) children as well as children with multiple disabilities. It is imperative that their learning starts at a very early age. When all of them cannot be integrated into mainstream schools, access to support services such as accessible […]

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    Tackling Nigeria’s Beast of Child Marriages

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    In March, social media woke up to a really startling story: a young girl, a 13-year-old child that had been kidnapped from Bayelsa, taken to Kano state, rechristened Aisha in an apparent conversion to Islam, and married off to a young man. The girl? Ese Oruru. The man? Yunusa Dahiru, […]