CHRISTCHURCH | WE PRAY FOR YOU

It was 3am on the 15th of March and I couldn’t sleep. I’d just wrapped up a call with a colleague in Sydney some two hours before and I was hoping to get much needed rest but my insomnia had other plans. My phone ping’d with an alert- there’d been a shooting in a mosque…

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The Amazigh | We Travel That We May Know

We journey out of our comfort zones that we may learn about the wider world. The world is big and vast and in so many respects small and intimate. When we travel there is a need to be connected; not just physically or digitally, but in a way where we learn the history of the…

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Good Grief Charlie Brown | We Are The Lucky Ones

Sometimes I don’t think we know how good we had it growing up; the more I remember those days, the more I long for days when things were uncomplicated- who doesn’t? Days when the most important thing to decide upon was what the eat for dinner or whether I would be allowed to have ice…

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Africa Is Not A Prop | We Can All Do Better

There is a conversation buzzing around, a larger conversation that ought to be had but keeps circling the periphery, it is one about the ethics of being a tourist anywhere, but especially in Africa.  A propriety that is expected from travellers; how to behave when travelling outside of your norm. There is an expectation on…

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