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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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Grasping the essence of life

After a trip to India, I learned that when you free yourself from all that materialism and perfectionism, you come closer to the essence of life. Explore

Weaving holiday stories as golden threads into our lives

When people in the helping profession/care workers offer space to talk about holiday experiences, they have a chance to integrate their hopes, experiences and discoveries into their personal and family life line.

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Yes, we can be pioneers for world peace

We can establish lots of opportunities for young Europeans to travel. That youngsters who never have been abroad, gain confidence, pack their backpack and dare to go out. And that, after this first experience, they dare to broaden the boundaries further and further.

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On habits and a diversity of lenses

Home.

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Behind the blue gate

My best friend Maya and I hopped on the rattling bus to the suburbs of Cuzco. Maya had been living in Peru for a year by then, so she was used to it: bumpy rides, fast Spanish conversations, streets becoming more and more decrepit as we moved away from the centre of town. Explore

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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Voluntary work is a big thing in our world

Arwa Zarra works in the Vacances et Familles organisation in France. In times of thorough individualism in the Western society, the contribution of more than 1500 volunteers in this organisation is a true alternative story.

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