It started on a hot August night in 2016. It wasn’t an ordinary night. I felt lonely and stressed; summer was almost over and it was time to say goodbye to my older cousins and to my brother. I needed something to prove my existence, that my opinions mattered, that I was alive in a … Continue reading A journey to the center of Tunisian youths’ minds by Lina Azaiez, Tunisia
I believe that good leaders have many different qualities, but one that unites them all is their wish to create a comfortable, peaceful situation for society as a whole by tackling existing troubles. In doing so, they avoid planting any negative thoughts in society. I also believe that the main priority for a good leader … Continue reading Being a Good Leader by Barez, Iraq/Kurdistan
IRAQ/KURDISTAN — I believe that good leaders have many different qualities, but one that unites them all is their wish to create a comfortable, peaceful circumstance for society as a whole by tackling those existing troubles that face a community. In doing so, they avoid planting any negative thoughts in society or the environment...
My name is Aviv Ayash. Born in 1987, both sets of grandparents immigrated from Morocco with the establishment of the Jewish State of Israel, leaving all of their possessions behind them. I grew up in a very Israeli Zionist family; we kept Jewish tradition and I never had to consider the question of what was … Continue reading To Lead To A Better Future by Aviv Ayash, Israel
To the politicians and leaders responsible for the ongoing war in Israel/Gaza: Did you have a good childhood? Have you not become the person you are today due to your upbringing; how you were raised, nurtured, supported, cared for and loved? Think as far back as you can. Think of the laughs, the cuddles, the … Continue reading ‘Childhood in War’ by Iris Fisher, Canada