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Refugee experienced holiday

This was a holiday for my brain, said the Palestinian mum of three Children, when she tells her story of a short break she and the kids experienced.

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A young voice from Hungary

“Move. Do things together. It makes you stronger.”

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Why 'Connect Your Story' is so important

Taleb Rifai, godfather of Connect Your Story tells us why this project is so important.

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Travelling exercises your tolerance muscles

Tourism offers us the opportunity to meet other people. That’s important, because we learn to see and value other people, who often live, think and interact differently than us, without judging them.

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No more fear of trains

How does a child conquer her fear of trains? The prospect of a unique day in Plopsaland and a brief practice journey in advance turned fear into enthusiasm. Since then, for little Amber (8), taking a trip with the train and the tram also represents “a little adventure”.

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Holiday as a milestone

Going on holiday is a fundamental human right. Everyone has the right to get away from the daily grind and renew their energy.

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Holiday is a state of mind

Having a holiday is having sudden access to space and time.

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A plea for playfulness

The child in us often lurks just below the surface, it never leaves us. Watching an enjoyable performance or listening to a captivating story brings a childlike carefreeness and amazement to the surface. There’s a healing force in it.

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Travelling changes your life

A holiday can be a very important moment in the life of a young person. Tourism among young travellers is undervalued, whereas it is in fact extremely important.

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Time for each other

Time for each other

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