My ESL Teachers’ experience in a Rural Thai school with a description of daily life and education issues.
Chiang Mai Conference on Language Rights, Inclusion and the Prevention of Ethnic Conflicts (13-17 Dec. 2012)
My very personal summary of quite a special meeting in Chiang Mai. People, topics, sights, music, dialogues, it was human and beautiful from the first to the very last minute!
On the day of Palestine’s accession to the UN Observer Membership Status, some considerations from Chiang Mai celebrating the Festival of Lights, Lai Kratung. May this be the first light leading to a sky as heavily lit as Chiang Mai’s these days, and may the kind and peaceful Thai people show the way to the many Israelis who now settled here!
Comment traduiriez-vous “I’m not going to dignify this question by answering it”? C’est la question du jour de mon chroniqueur favori, le toutologue Philippe Meyer.
Whether we admit it or not, we are all multicultural and better address as a cohesive society the unease and backlash we experiment at present. Reading Renford Reese’s novel has been an eye-opener for me and I share it in this post.
There’s the time of the meeting and the time we remember the meeting, capture what fascinated us and what might be seeds for future conversations. Please share your notes, correct mine and add your thoughts to this thought provoking conversation. Merci, thank you, gracias, diolch, toda, gracie, danke!
I know what I owe to my knowledge of English and despise Hagège for biting the hand that fed him, so while I’m packing away to an International Seminar where my knowledge of English is of essence, let me speak out my mind to a former mentor who’s become a tormentor!
Civilisation est un terme récent remontant à 1756 dont le sens est à l’origine juridique. Il découle de civil, “jugement qui rend civil un procès criminel”.
I discovered Will Kymlicka in 1997 thanks to a very insightful presentation of my dear friend Isabelle Schulte-Tenckhoff. It totally changed my thesis and I owe him more than words […]
Por Alicia Abanto, Jefa del Programa de Pueblos Indígenas – Defensoría del Pueblo – Perú. Abogada, experta en derecho de los pueblos indígenas, consulta previa y prevención de conflictos socioambientales. La […]