Category: Beyond the Moat

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The Flying Dutchman1 year

What Even Is UWCSEA Anymore?

UWC Singapore student, Casper Øhlers, reflects on how the UWC values and mission are reflected in Dover campus and how to make the community better as a whole.

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Elijah DeRoche1 year

Why The World Is Better Than You Think

We are fed news about the horrors of the world daily. Massacres, famines and environmental disasters seem to be endless, as the world seemingly spirals out of control. However, we are actually living in the most environmentally friendly, peaceful and equal era in human history and must not let the present’s seemingly dire situation blind us from continuing this upward trend.

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The Flying Dutchman1 year

Li Po Chun United World College to Open Belt & Road Centre, Allying Itself with the Chinese Communist Party

Li Po Chun UWC's planned Belt and Road Centre allies the college with the Chinese Communist Party. The issue will be discussed at the UWC International's Board and Council meetings at the end of October in UWC Dilijan Armenia.

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The Flying Dutchman1 year

Response from Willie Heung, Director of Development at Li Po Chun United World College

The response of the development director at Li Po Chun United World College to the article "Li Po Chun United World College to Open Belt & Road Centre, Allying Itself with the Chinese Communist Party."

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The Flying Dutchman1 year

UWC Palesse – Initiative in Belarus

A group of 6 UWC alumni took off to rural areas of Southern Belarus to promote the UWC movement among the local people, who are often underrepresented in the selections of the Belorussian National Committee.

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The Flying Dutchman1 year

Dichotomize

A poem by Siddhant Sharma, a student at United World College Maastricht.

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Ivy Tirok2 years

The Cost of Resilience – a Rwandan Perspective

My country, Rwanda, has been known as a war zone; a hateful nation; a trouble spot for a long time.

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Jeppe Damberg2 years

Beyond Good Intentions

the “Buy One, Give One” model has been widely embraced by consumers and businesses alike as an effective model for creating both commercial and social value. However, when examining the social impact of “Buy One, Give One” the model’ become rather obvious.

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Nam Phuong Doan2 years

Inside Jordan’s Refugee Camp: What Does It Take To Empower Refugees?

Submitted to the Flying Dutchman by Nam Phuong Thi Doan – Originally published in the The Bennington Free Press March ...

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Elijah DeRoche2 years

EU Deal Pressures Afghans in Europe

In 2016, Afghanistan was given an ultimatum: lose EU financial support or sign the EU-Afghanistan Joint Way Forward agreement and allow for the return of rejected Afghan asylum seekers.