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by Mindel van de Laar I’m involved in an exciting pilot project on ‘Open Educational Badging’ – and I must admit that it’s scary because I barely understand ICT, especially coding. Still, the participants in the ‘Evidence-Based...Read More
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UN chief praises impact of Palestine refugee agency as ‘our common success’, at key pledging conference
The work of the UN body responsible for assisting Palestine refugees, UNRWA, which has allowed millions of children to receive an education that promotes UN values of human rights and tolerance, as well as democracy and conflict...Read More
Considerations for American activists on the yellow vest (Gilets Jaunes) protests occuring across the EU.
The current protests on-going in Europe arises during a time of great uncertainty and change. The...Read More
In many US states, Employers are mandated to allow employees time to participate in the electoral process. If participating in early voting, which typically has less than 5min wait times, giving ample time for travel to and...Read More
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