Having spent part of his childhood on the streets of the Philippines, Kesz Valdez talks the Flying Dutchman through his life-changing experience, his organization C3, winning the Children’s Peace Prize, and his life at UWC.
The experience of a UWC-USA Student witnessing the humanitarian crisis at the US-Mexican desert border.
The United States has the largest prison industry in the world. With forced, and almost unpaid labour, thousands of usually minority prisoners find themselves producing goods for huge corporations and earning mere pennies.
To celebrate 50 years of IB's existence, the International Baccalaureate published a video of UWC graduates Aernout Van Lynden and Akihiko Hoshide.
A of Max Avis, UWC Atlantic College graduate, is circulating the internet as newspapers, like the Washington Times, cover Italy's decision to shut ports to ships with more than 600 migrants.
John Koffi a UWCRBC graduate and currently in his first year at University of British Colombia has written a memoir titled The Journey Much Desired about his hardships as a refugee and his experience at UWCRBC.
With little money and no phone, Mahmud started walking North into Sudan. He had seen a picture of Sweden in a magazine and decided his future lied in a country of opportunity.
Sofia is the youngest board member of Amnesty International worldwide and she was also recently nominated for the International Children’s Peace Prize for her work with Amnesty International Chile.
It all started during the Ebola scourge in Sierra Leone. As we were fighting to eradicate the virus from our country...
Back home so many people would forbid their daughters from spending times with me. They said “the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.” They said that I would end up like my dad and achieve nothing in life...