Tag: Other

Reconciliation is only possible with understanding and some sort of empathy. And there’s one key ingredient to open that doorway.

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Living during apartheid was like time travelling back to the 1950’s segregated southern USA… but with an Afrikaans accent.

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It is never easy to acknowledge horrible truths nor take action to make peace with those you’ve wronged. Germany did it.

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What is it like to be in a siege? We have an inkling of what civilians in Mosul today are experiencing, thanks to diaries and reports of relief workers almost 100 years ago.

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A simple but profound story of survival during World War II reminded me of the importance of taking care of yourself.

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The idea of children as plants to be nurtured and teachers as gardeners turns out to be an old idea, but one that spread quickly and firmly around the world.

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There was, and still is, a “lamentable lack of understanding” of attitudes to one’s own country, sometimes at the expense of good relations with others.

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April 30 marks the 40th anniversary of the march of the Mothers of the Disappeared. They refuse to allow denial in Argentina.

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