Tag Archives: Let’s Play for Change

When goodness gives good: An interview with a child of war
Interview by Sandra Kicińska & Dominik Kielban During our IWitness trip in Amman we met a lot of amazing people...
Happy or sad
What do you feel when a bomb destroys the house next to yours? Do you allow yourself to feel...
“When I recognized strangers as friends in Amman”
Humbleness, respect and joy…three strong emotions I’m still absorbing after a visit today to a War Child-supported community-based organisation,...
Jordan: Let’s Play for Change campaign helps kids simply be kids
On 28 July 2012 I stepped down from a bus carrying Syrian refugees from border checkpoints to discover that...
Fabulous at 500: IWitness Global Citizen programme reaches target
The IKEA Foundation is celebrating the fact that 500 co-workers have taken part in IWitness trips to see the...
Jars of hope in western Thailand
“Sawasdee, Ka!” It was the first word that I heard when the IWitness team from IKEA Indonesia arrived in...
Growing Together with the children of one of the oldest refugees camps in the world
Today is the second day of the IKEA Indonesia IWitness team’s visit to Mae Sot, Thailand. We spent the...
Steps for a greater cause in Mae Sot
In Mae Sot, Handicap International (HI) provides assistance mainly to children with disabilities. Although there are many NGOs (around...
An invitation to play from Handicap International
My name is Cheryl Shin-Hua Yeam and I work for Handicap International. I consider myself a citizen of the...