TYO Round-Up: Week of April 1, 2012
As students discard their books at the end of a grueling period of exams and skip their way merrily into the Spring break period, TYO looks at leadership, child protection in emergencies, racing the planet, a special trip for a FWEN program member, and heartfelt goodbyes to our Triple Exposure coordinator.
TYO's Suhad recalls the terrors of the Second Intifada and issues a CALL TO ACTION for underscoring minimum standards for child protection in humanitarian emergencies.
This week, the students RACE THE PLANET, substituting their usual activities in art, sports, and drama for race-themed fun to familiarize them with Usama Malik's upcoming race on their behalf.
TYO fellow Karen Campion speaks up on the role, importance, and definition of LEADERSHIP in today's youth. Are you a good leader?
TYO's Abi bids a fond FAREWELL to TYO, as her chapter comes to a close as the story continues to unfold for her Triple Exposure students.
FWEN Alumna SAHAR Dwaikat attends the Dubai Women's College annual 2012 "Insight Dubai Conference" as a select member of an inspiring cohort of 65 women from 35 countries! Go Sahar!
Despite strides of the modern age, women still encounter a variety of glass ceilings at home, at work, in art, and in school. TYO investigates where these CEILINGS exist and efforts to break through.