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Promoting awareness of human trafficking through primary and secondary connections

Promoting awareness of human trafficking through primary and secondary connections

Jannapha Hubeny and Kennon Coe, primary educators at Atlanta International School (AIS), are dedicated to raising awareness about human trafficking both within their school community and on a global scale. They serve as key facilitators of the school’s organisation, Atlanta International School Against Human Trafficking (AISAHT), working tirelessly to educate students and combat this critical issue.

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The Third Space – A reflection on ways we develop our sense of context, community and culture as international schools

The Third Space – A reflection on ways we develop our sense of context, community and culture as international schools

As the sector has evolved from primarily teaching the children of globally mobile expats, to a demographic increasingly made up of local students, there is a mandate upon school leaders to consider ways in which the values and curricula of our schools should evolve to meet the changing needs of our students. Simon Probert reflects on the changing international school sector.

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Reclaiming hope

Reclaiming hope

Centred in community, inspiration and action, the Festival of Hope is an initiative created by the International Baccalaureate (IB) that aims to create spaces for millions of young people to speak up and turn complex challenges into positive action and hope. This article gives insight into the lives of students at UWC Atlantic College (AC) and their exploration of the concept of hope as they worked with the IB to host the Festival of Hope in Wales.

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Students lead belonging

Students lead belonging

Co-constructed by students and faculty in 2020, the International School of Helsinki’s (ISH) Student Voice Commission (SVC) empowers students to foster a culture of inclusivity for their peers and take action to promote equity. Rachael Thrash and Sofie Horák tell us all about it!

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