Newsletter #10. Global citizens: activism that matters
Let us not forget that every place is made up of numerous diverse things, never just one. Moreover, often our personal reflections on a place, we are visiting depend on how we are and what we feel at that particular time: whether we are curious or bored, whether we laugh or cry, whether there is a storm approaching the horizon or perhaps a full moon. Such diversity of stories told invites us to think about how we understand things, what criteria and influences we use to filtrate information and how we present it to others – what we mention and what we keep silent about, and why. Diversity encourages
us to think wider and deeper.