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November 2018

Charlotte Whyte – Blog 4: Ideas on “Helping”

One of the most influential conversations of my internship happened about a month after I arrived. One of the staff members at the school asked me about my reasons for applying and taking this internship and in response to my… Continue Reading →

Rachel Lynch – Blog 3: The Shifting Value of Girl’s Education

As a part of my Capstone Project I have facilitated discussions with women’s groups on their educational background, barriers to receiving education in Zambia, and how perceptions of educating girls have evolved over the past few decades. Most of the… Continue Reading →

Alanya Dhalla – Blog 4.5: It’s all about the people…

On a recent trip to Khao Yai National Park with some friends, I was reminded about the importance and significance of everyday connections and interactions. I often find myself taking pictures of the scenery or forgetting to take pictures at… Continue Reading →

Nick Harrison – Blog 4: The beautiful nature of small communities

There’s something about small communities that I love. The familiar faces and open spaces that are typical of small communities are things that make me feel like I’m at home. I think growing up in a small community has made… Continue Reading →

Mackenzie Martin – Blog 4: Community and the importance of consistency

One of the programs that MSRI runs under the arm of the volunteer coordinators are workshops for the refugees and asylum-seekers registered with MSRI. These workshops typically fall under two themes, either health awareness or vocational training. They range from… Continue Reading →

Alanya Dhalla – Blog 4: ‘Irregular migrants, Refugees, or Trafficked Persons?’

The eleventh issue of the Anti-Trafficking Review was released this past week on the theme ‘Irregular Migrants, Refugees or Trafficked Persons?’ The Anti-Trafficking Review is an open access, peer reviewed journal that is published biannually by the Global Alliance Against… Continue Reading →

Kanika Varma – Blog 3: I’m lucky, I’m so incredibly lucky.

This month has been full of reflections and gratitude, the inspiration for this blog came from a museum visit to Tokyo and a conversation with my little sister. I was telling her about Japan and all the things that have… Continue Reading →

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