Dealing with Climate Change from a Health Perspective

Informative presentation at WOMADelaide Planet Talks 2015 presents an excellent panel discussing some of the proactive things we can be doing to mitigate the health effects of climate change – divest from fossil fuels, reduce population by educating girls, sustain biodiversity, get engaged with bottom up community-based solutions and much more. Can Human Beings be . . . → Read More if you dare: Dealing with Climate Change from a Health Perspective

Chill Out Culture

The All Purpose Guide on How to Handle Criticism™ has been developed for when you’ve written very silly/racist/bigoted/mean things on social media and someone has the outrageous temerity to query you on them. 1.0 Scream “You gatekeepers!” and metaphorically roll eyes at sycophants. 1.5 Important update to improve book sales of defended icon: “You OBVIOUSLY . . . → Read More if you dare: Chill Out Culture

Ali Abunimah from Gaza to Freedom: Future Scenarios for Palestine/Israel

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Australia’s Educational Divide Widening

Excellent article on educational trends in Australia toward social inequity on Inside Story by Chris Bonnor which should ring alarm bells for anyone concerned about democratic values: The evidence is getting harder to avoid. The education consultant Barbara Preston has shown the changing ratio between low and high income families in schools. In 1996 there . . . → Read More if you dare: Australia’s Educational Divide Widening

Men and Women United for Gender Equality – IWD 2009

Daraja means bridge, and you are Daraja

@intrepidteacher created these videos which express his thoughts and feelings about a unique learning place – the Daraja Academy in Kenya. Great music too! . . . → Read More if you dare: Daraja means bridge, and you are Daraja