In this second article in his Travelling where I am series, Joseph Evans explores silence’s hidden power and how it is necessary to make any journey meaningful.
If we want educational reform to achieve its goal, we need to know why we are educating our children, Roy Peachey argues.
The little boy
wants to cry
but I won’t let him
A poem by Peter McCrudden Convery
In the aftermath of conflict, language must serve constructive ends and, crucially, suggest the necessary changes to be made in order to prevent future repetition of violence and bloodshed. Bianca Costa Sales discusses the important role of war literature.
Wherever we go, or wherever we stay, we travel. As much as it might be a cliché, life is a journey. Joseph Evans considers the most important journey: the one inside ourselves.