Archived articles from 2003

 

Good Morning World

 
 

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28 Feb 2003

 

Robert Muller has set up a new website, Good Morning World', and email service to inspire us by starting each day with a positive message.

 

People for Peace

 
 

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28 Feb 2003

 

The People For Peace Project websites have been a forum for sharing information, ideas and resources as well as connecting projects, organisations and efforts to create a more peaceful, just and sustainable world for over seven years. Now they are expanding with the launch of a multi-media publishing company devoted to promoting a culture of peace. The first two...

 

Songs to Care for Earth

 
 

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28 Feb 2003

 

"These songs are born of our hopes and dreams for people and planet," says Manu Song whose delightful funky jazz CD time to care for earth has just been released.

 

Noticias Positivas

 
 

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28 Feb 2003

 

This year has seen the start of another partnership for Positive News with the publication of a Spanish edition of the paper.

 

Positive Shoots

 
 

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28 Feb 2003

 

We are exploring the possibility of publishing a German edition of Positive News.

 

Positive News in Ithaca

 
 

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28 Feb 2003

 

We are shortly embarking on a new adventure by publishing an edition of Positive News in New York State, in partnership with Ilonka who has been distributing Positive News in New York for the past couple of years. It has proved so popular that she has decided to produce a local version of the paper, which will include much...

 

It Takes a Village to Raise a Child

 
 

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28 Feb 2003

 

Time for Child Care is creating a network that supports parents, carers and children. It was set up by Time Banks UK to help parents who want to start training or working, or would like to set up some sort of community based child care business. Members can earn hours for childcare even whilst they are training. They can...

 

Being the Change

 
 

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28 Feb 2003

 

In 1999 600 young people from over 100 countries gathered together in Hawaii to celebrate the role of youth in society and discuss their priorities for the new Millennium. The event was such a success that Peace Child decided to do it all over again.
From 16 ñ 28 August, 2003 up to 1,000 young people from all over...

 

Positive Values

 
 

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28 Feb 2003

 

"As you walk through the foyer of West Kidlington School the feeling of harmony is as powerful as the light that floods in through the glass roof," writes Frances Farrer in A Quiet Revolution, her book about West Kidlington Primary School and its wonderful values programme, devised by headmaster, Neil Hawkes.

 

Craft Eggs for Easter

 
 

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28 Feb 2003

 

If you are looking for an unusual present this Easter you might like an egg that won't get consumed on the day. In fact it's a work of art that you'll want to keep. Craftswomen in Northern Romania paint eggs with intricate and beautiful patterns in their remote villages and homesteads. The eggs are imported by the Transrural Trust...

 

Sustainability Street

 
 

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28 Feb 2003

 

An exciting new Australian initiative called Sustainability Street' is helping to bring environmental solutions down to the neighbourhood level. Subtitled, A New Reason to be Neighbours, it fulfils the common yearning for community connection and the desire to make a positive difference. It is providing a model for turning suburban streets into de facto villages

 

The Good Shopping Guide

 
 

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28 Feb 2003

 

We can all contribute to a better world by the simple choices we make while out shopping.

 

World Peace Plan 2010

 
 

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28 Feb 2003

 

Former UN Secretary General, Robert Muller believes that it is time for the United Nations to play its most important role - disarming the world. He presented his World Peace Plan 2010 to journalists at the UN in March, on his 80th birthday.