Ensaf’s adventure

 One day it was only an idea then it became reality—a year and a half ago , I had  10 thousand followers on Instagram and now more than 70 thousands, they are jostling to know the details of a girl in her twenties  from Gaza, and how she lives on daily basis. the Even though … Continue reading Ensaf’s adventure

Peace Begins with Us by Moran, Israel

I was always an adventurous girl, I always try to learn new thing and be present in new experiences. So I answered "why not?" to the invitation to be a participant in Eurasia Model UN in Passau, Germany. Basically I was the only Israeli and eventually only Jew in the conference, but I liked the … Continue reading Peace Begins with Us by Moran, Israel

A Game of Life and Death by Thomas from Liberia

Dear Friends, I would like to talk about how Ebola has changed me and many Liberians and our centuries old tradition in just over a period of a year and a half. An experience I call a “Game of Life and Death.” In every society, there are ways of life and things that inescapably bind … Continue reading A Game of Life and Death by Thomas from Liberia

Dashiki by Khalid Siraj Aldeen, Sudan

Wearing my headphones, I hopped onto public transport. Peaking my head up as soon as I left, I was surprised by the passengers staring at me. It was as if I had committed a grave mistake. Followed by their gaze, I took a step back to review my stance. It had only been few seconds … Continue reading Dashiki by Khalid Siraj Aldeen, Sudan

It was not Cheetos by Denisse, Israel

The room was small. But I didn’t care, I was carried against my own will so why should I even consider to get comfortable? A day has passed since I’ve moved here, and everything was different including the smell, the people, the colors, the sound of the words and the words themselves. My whole life … Continue reading It was not Cheetos by Denisse, Israel