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The 3rd Students Symposium at Green School Bali

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Youth is the future of our planet. To involve and engage youth in the energy transition, on Saturday 12th of November, su-re.co collaborated with Green School Bali held the 3rd Students Symposium at Green School Bali. su-re.co (Sustainability & Resilience co) is a think-do-be-tank company based in Bali, Indonesia. Read more

Conversation with Mualifah – Being Productive and Empowering Others

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Muallifah Ifa, or known as Ifa was born and raised in Madura Island, East Java. Currently she is pursuing or soon to get a master’s degree in Higher Education Management in Gadjah Mada University. She is also the writer of the book, “Mahasiswa Baper, No! Produktif, Yes!”.

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How to develop a growth mindset?

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On the 24th September 2022, Act Global held a  virtual learning program #Belajar on the topic “ How to develop a growth mindset ? ” with Saraswati Indraharsani, M.Psi.,Psikolog. Saraswati  is a young clinical psychologist who is currently active in one of the Psychology Services in Bali and Soul Society Indonesia. She also works in a women’s and children’s protection center.  In this #Belajar program , Saraswati encourages the participants to discover what it means to have a growth mindset, how the growth mindset  can help you, and the steps you can take to break away from a fixed mindset.

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International Literacy Day – A Reminder for the Rights to a Good Quality Education

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Every 8th of September the world celebrates international literacy day. This day is dedicated to reminding the importance of literacy as part of human rights. The day was first proposed during the 1965 World Conference of Ministers on the Eradication of Illiteracy in Tehran, Iran, under the recommendation that all countries observe September 8 as International Literacy Day.

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Reasons to Stay Alive : A Book Review

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“We live in an interesting time in that material things are arguably better than they have ever been before, yet we all seem to be losing our minds thinking the world is one giant toilet bowl about to be flushed. An irrational sense of hopelessness is spreading across the rich, developed world. It’s a paradox of progress: the better things get, the more anxious and desperate we all seem to feel.”  Read more

Minimalism (2016): Keeping What’s Important

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Minimalism has been a phenomenon word for the past couple of years. This style of life asks you to live your life with stuffs that you think matter the most. Throwing away things that are not important, adding the value to the one in front of us.

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#BreakTheBias : Women Can Do What They Want

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On 8th of March, we celebrated International Women’s Day. The International Women’s Day theme for year 2022 is “Gender Equality Today for Sustainable Tomorrow”, and the campaign theme for this year’s International Women’s Day is #BreakTheBias. We celebrate Women’s Day to celebrate social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. IWD is also aimed to create awareness among women to stand for themselves and fight against patriarchy.  Read more

Turkish Unconditionally Love for Animal: What Can We Learn

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Are you guys one of those people who love animals? If your answer is yes, it must be a wholesome thing for you to know how much Turkish people love animals. Maybe it sounds like a simple routine but actually preserving animals, especially stray dogs, cats, and birds has been a culture for Turkish people.

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How Upper Class Sport Manage a Humanity Campaign

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Since COVID-19 was stated as a pandemic, people around the world need to stop their outdoor activity. Most of us start to work from home, leaving materialistic business voluntary or forced. The usual high mobilization that we’ve been doing needs a break in order to delay spread of COVID-19 virus. In order to occupy our social activity that we used to do, social media is a savior kit for people around the world to connect with other people socially.

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The War and The Victims: A Better Understanding Why It Hurts

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About 76 years ago after the Second World War, we thought we finally terminated the violence in this world. But then comes the Cold War. After the Uni Soviet split out, yet we thought peacefulness came to rescue our situation. But in fact, there are wars and conflicts that never come to an end until now. Ironically, nowadays while people choose to focus on human rights or any of the exclusive movements that do exist, old issue like war and conflict has been imperishable for dozens of centuries. It’s an immortal issue.

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