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On a Dit Profitez- Bien à Paris, N’est-ce Pas? ;-)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QXVNK7hNt-M&feature=youtu.be They said enjoy Paris, right? Well, I sure have been doing so! Thank you again for taking the time to read our 2018 GW UNESCO Fellows Cohort Blog and please continue to support the work we are all doing in our various placements. I am thrilled to be writing once more from la ville … Continue reading On a Dit Profitez- Bien à Paris, N’est-ce Pas? 😉

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2018 GW UNESCO Fellows Final Panel

Please enjoy watching a 30 minute excerpt from our final panel presentation. As some of us are still in our placement regions, not all fellows were able to attend. We thank you so much for your support and we encourage you to keep reaching out and leaving comments in the form of questions, remarks and … Continue reading 2018 GW UNESCO Fellows Final Panel

Winds of Change in Latin America and Chile

If only every sandwich came with a view like this. August 22, 2018 According to Santiago natives, or Santiaguinos, the blooming trees that line the city streets and the brilliant orange-yellow poppies (*all non-native species introduced to Chile for their ornamental beauty) dotting the hillsides do not announce the arrival of spring, so much as … Continue reading Winds of Change in Latin America and Chile

Learning, Growing, and Exploring in Chile

La verdadera educación consiste en sacar lo mejor de uno mismo -Mahatma Gandhi (Real education consists in drawing the best out of yourself.) I still cannot believe that I have been in Santiago for two and a half months – time has flown by. Going into new environments always comes with a certain degree of … Continue reading Learning, Growing, and Exploring in Chile

Language, Food, UNESCO and the HEAT: Thoughts from Jakarta

I have decided that Bahasa Indonesia is yet another language that will most likely be added to the long, long list of languages I struggle with. It's quite a diverse list and there is an array of reasons I am awful at languages but Indonesian falls on it for a very similar reason as Spanish, … Continue reading Language, Food, UNESCO and the HEAT: Thoughts from Jakarta