Kimberley and Okhti in Tunisia. (Image courtesy of the author.)
Kimberley Davidson has a new appreciation for the importance of multi-culturalism after spending a year living in Tunisia through the European Voluntary Service, part of the British Council’s Youth in Action programme.
The CIVICUS Closing Ceremony. (Image credit: Tristan Brand/CIVICUS)
Riska Mirzalina, a Global Changemaker and social entrepreneur, recently presented a session at CIVICUS World Assembly. Originally from Indonesia, the Denmark resident underscores the value of international collaboration in fostering social enterprise.
Handshake and conferral of diploma. (Image credit: Visit Britain/Eric Nathan)
Unlimited Global Alchemy (Image credit: Hamish Roberts)
UK visual artist Rachel Gadsden tells how her chance encounter with the work of an HIV-positive South African artist led her on a life-changing journey that culminated at Unlimited, a festival of new work by deaf and disabled artists during the Paralympic Games. A chance encounter in June 2010 with a ‘body-map’ painting made by