I recently came across this Tedx talk by Lisa Kristine, an international photographer with a humanitarian focus. Well worth a watch.
Noy Thrupkaew, a journalist who reports on human trafficking and the economics of exploitation, challenges some of our common assumptions about what exploitation looks like. From the TED Talk: “We…convince ourselves that human trafficking is a bad man doing a bad thing to an innocent girl. That story lets us off the hook. It takes […]
Jay and I love meeting fellow storytellers. Once of our favourites is Roxanne Krystalli, who has some wise words about stewarding the stories of those who have experienced violence and trauma. Based on her experience in conflict and post-conflict zones around the world, Roxanne shares some insights that we can all learn from.
You may have noticed that I have not written a post for a couple of weeks, for which I apologize. Things are beginning to move fast with our upcoming documentary, and the last 2 weeks have been key in figuring out our game plan. I will write more on that very soon and keep you […]
Ever feel like you are not making a difference? That changing the world is too overwhelming? That there is no point to even trying? Let’s drop our excuses and live out influence and leadership daily – it could look different than you thought! Check out this 6 minute TED Talk.
“The sense that thousands and millions of children and young people are being sexually violated and that there’s this huge silence about it around me angers me.” -S.Krishnan My brother-in-law recently sent us the link to this fantastic TED talk by Sunitha Krishnan, a woman who passionately fights on behalf of sex trafficking victims in […]