That no deaths have resulted from several weeks' of rocket fire is "nothing short of remarkable."
Joel (left) takes one for the team From an IOM press release: IOM Boxer Punches Up Interest in 2018 Global Migration Film Festival Geneva — With preparations beginning for the UN Migration Agency’s third annual Global Migration Film Festival (GMFF) to take place in December this year, IOM senior spokesperson Joel Millman decided to take
I've just launched a business (which grew indirectly out of my fellowship experience in southern Africa more than a decade ago).
THE NEW OCEAN is on the 2018 ILA-CBC Children’s Choices reading list.
Stephen Maly (Canada Fellow, 1989-91) manages special projects for Helena Civic Television in Montana’s capital city.
Jonathan Guyer (Egypt, 2015-2017) will take part in a conversation with Molly Crabapple, author of Brothers of the Gun: A Memoir of the Syrian War, on Tuesday, June 12 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. More information here.
The writer, photographer and executive coach studied blue collar workers in the United States as an ICWA fellow in the 1970s.
Former fellow Jonathan Guyer (Egypt, 2015-2017) will deliver a seminar called “Cartooning the Police: A Graphic History of Contemporary Egypt” on Thursday, April 5 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Click here for information. Image credit here.
The article (in Russian) announces that I am the winner of the (first ever) 1993 Osman Mirzayev Prize "...for breaking the informational blockade against Azerbaijan...." and thus the recipient of 10,000 Roubles (then about the price of a new Lada car).
They say some 2,000 folks showed up for the Bozeman chapter of the March for Our Lives rally; I think that is a little high. My sign was the AK-47 case gifted to me by Hugh Pope after a trip to Lebanon; my statement was to put 'NO!!' on the two banana clip pockets.