WHAT EXPATS CAN DO

…. to bring hope to the world

Posts by Cristina Baldan

Thierry Barrigue is a French cartoonist, co-founder of the satirical magazine Vigousse, launched in 2009, and creator of a beautiful project called “CrayonSolidaires“ (Solidary Crayons). He was recently in Jerusalem to present it, and it is there that our colleague Alessandra Perini had the chance to interview him. We practice Linguistic Empathy. We count on […]

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“Now, as then, we must value the humanities even in the midst of conflict and division. Only through the humanities can we prepare leaders of empathy, imagination, and understanding—responsive and responsible leaders who embrace complexity and diversity. Our institutions must also play a leadership role by making the treasures of the humanities widely available. It […]

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[Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k_f-up7heh0&feature=youtu.be]   How much of our knowledge is influenced by our experience? How many times we see only what we think we are seeing? Facing diversity can be tricky: are we aware of how our brain is working? Are we open to other possibilities that we did not take into consideration? In our expat experience, how […]

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The Penny Wirton School is a very special Italian language school for new migrants, founded by writer Eraldo Affinati and his wife Anna Luce Lenzi. The school is special because it provides a simple and efficient solution to the problem of linguistic integration of immigrants and is managed entirely by volunteers.   The concept is […]

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