Esther Nasikye shares a story that demonstrates that even in challenging situations children do indeed know and stand up for their rights.
We asked K Seng Raw, WF National Representative and newly appointed Program Director for Pann Pyoe Lett Foundation, to help us understand the conflict in her country
Global Leader Connie Duran de Peralta reports on Two Major Earthquakes and a Hurricane in México…
It is our pleasure to host the Minister of Education and Training at the Café.
Margaret Akinware, WF National Representative for Nigeria and member of the WF International Advisory Group, sent us a message entitled: What I Care About.
The Ebola Crisis in Africa once dominated the news but now is seldom visible through the media, yet the impact on children and families continues. Marrtin Bangura interviews community members to help us understand what is happening for people in the wake of this epidemic.
Ontario, Canada is one of very few jurisdictions where a professional regulatory body for early childhood educators has been legislated.
To our great delight Meenakshi Dahal and Kirsten Haugen joined Roger and me for brunch at the Café. Meenakshi began spending time with children in Bhaktapur, Nepal, after the earthquake, playing together with simple toys. She has collected some of their drawings in order to study how they are coping and to share with others how children use art to express their emotions and ideas following trauma.
Roger interviewed Maysoun Chehab, Coordinator of the WF Global Leaders program in the Arab Region, about her work through UNESCO with Syrian refugees. She is passionate about educating children who become refugees so that they live lives of hope rather than despair and disenfranchisement. Listen to this audio interview to hear about this critical work.
In the aftermath of Tropical Cyclone Winston, Analesi Tuicaumia, reports on the impact on children and families. There is much rebuilding that needs to be done, and Analesi and the early childhood community in Fiji (you will have met some of them at World Forum events) are dedicated to keep children safe and engaged in learning.
When tragedy strikes the world focuses on what is happening and what can be done to help. However, the focus quickly shifts to other stories, except for the community impacted.
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