Tag Archives: Switzerland

An evening to remember at the Nansen Refugee Award #WithRefugees
In June 1921, the Council of the League of Nations, spurred by the Red Cross and other organisations, instituted...
IKEA and UNICEF in the warm heart of Africa
by Luca Bortolani & Michelle Stirnimann As you’ll know from our latest blog posts, seven co-workers from IKEA Switzerland...
“It was overwhelming to see all the kids so eager to learn”
A day to remember, an unforgettable experience. A time in your life when your world stops and goes in...
Trainee teachers shine with excellence
After an early bedtime and a good night’s rest, today was our first day in the field. We were...
Little things that make learning enjoyable
by Sandra Brunetti and Natalie Grüter Today we started our journey and we had the possibility to visit two...
Education opens doors: encouraging and inspiring girls in Malawi
Clara Chimwemwe Chindime, Girls Education Officer for UNICEF, explains how education enabled her to achieve her dreams and describes...
In the end, money matters
After the past three days, our heads are swirling with so many different impressions. So many good and encouraging,...
Providing light and hope for thousands
To say that it’s been an amazing week would be a drastic understatement. Thinking of everything that we’ve learned...
Electricity, Mr. Einstein and Mr. English
The first impression I get from Azraq refugee camp is very different to Zaatari. There is no town nearby;...