Kassandra and the Wolf – Margarita Karapanou (translated by NC Germanacos)

Originally posted on The Writes of Woman:
It’s August which means it’s Women in Translation month, created and organised by Meytal over at Biblibio. It’s a chance to focus on a small area of the publishing industry which deserves both a much bigger spotlight and to grow at least in line with translations of works…

Soft hearted people are not fools, they know what people did to them but they forgive again and again because they have beautiful hearts.

Originally posted on A Small Act Of Kindness Can Bring Smile On Million Faces:
The Actual Social Workers Haven’t Any POLITICAL STATUS BECAUSE They are not CUNNING,CLEVER,CREAMERS & EMOTION HUNTERS THEY Have Only HUMANITY,HUMOUR n GENEROUS ATTITUDE in Their MIND,BODY n SOUL “THE ACTUAL LOVERS” of WORLD PEACE,PROGRESS n PROSPERITY A Small Act Of Kindness Can Bring Smile On Million Faces View original post

Private schools: punishing the poorest, or providing much needed access to education?

Originally posted on World Education Blog:
By Joanna Härmä, Research Officer for the EFA Global Monitoring Report and Aaron Benavot, Director of the EFA Global Monitoring Report. This blog first appeared on the education in crisis website. UK DFID via Flickr Private education, on the rise since the World Education Forum convened in Dakar (2000), is…

Good news: UNESCO’s Executive Board unanimously sign up to protect “Learning without Fear”

Originally posted on World Education Blog:
By Catherine Jere, Research Officer for the EFA Global Monitoring Report and author of the recent paper ‘School-related gender-based violence is preventing the achievement of quality education for all‘. In March, for International Women’s Day, UNGEI, UNESCO and the EFA Global Monitoring Report produced a new paper showing that gender-based…