#IntlYALitMonth: Ink Knows No Borders

This curated volume of 64 poems by poets from around the world showcases unique, individual voices from myriad cultures, following different migration pathways, and sharing their stories via different poetic styles. Yet there is more of a coherent narrative here than a reader might first expect from a poetry anthology as opposed to a novel … Continue reading #IntlYALitMonth: Ink Knows No Borders

The Booktrekker: Eritrea

READ Eritrea is an East African country situated just above Ethiopia. At one point in the country’s history, it was annexed by Ethiopia, which led to numerous armed conflicts between the Ethiopian army and Eritreans fighting for their country’s independence. Many civilians were forced to flee Eritrea, and they ended up living in refugee camps. … Continue reading The Booktrekker: Eritrea

United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 4: QUALITY EDUCATION

UN Goal 4 Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all [Kris Feller, Anglo-American School of Moscow, Russia] Education remains an inaccessible right for millions of children around the world. In fact more than 250 million children globally, or roughly 1 in 5 of all young people, are not in … Continue reading United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 4: QUALITY EDUCATION