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October 19, 2018
 Children of the Earth's Humanitarian Volunteering Mission is a response to the professorial desert in rural areas and some cities. We appeal to you because many children, still today, stay at home for lack of teachers and if one of them is on sick leave, he is never replaced. Children can sometimes spend one or two years without any teaching in a subject. It is a real suffering and a disaster in education. Description of the mission
 The teaching mission allows volunteers to...
May 30, 2018
The One Humanity Institute, in partnership with ICV, is pleased to announce the launch of the One Humanity Institute Fund which shall support the building of A City of Hope in Auschwitz-Oświęcim, Poland, where visitors experience the stark realities of the past alongside models of transformation for a culture of sustainable peace and the uniting of humanity. This is a place for peace education in an environment where more than 2 million visitors each year will come to imagine a new future...
May 15, 2018
While physical needs are primary to providing aid to the Syrian Refugees, emotional well-being, hope and even inspiration are important for long-term recovery. Children are resilient, yet these children have suffered tremendous losses of home, family, schools, stability. Bear Hugs brings messages of caring by teddy bears delivered in person by caring students. Everyone benefits from the cultural and educational exchange that also inspires the building of a better world of peace and compassion....
April 24, 2018
  Elaine Grohman and her guest Nina Meyerhof discuss her dedication to the building of a better future, for the world with her foundation Children of the Earth which provides young people with the empowerment and leadership skills necessary to advance peace in the world today and in the future. The program fosters international networks of cooperation, multicultural understanding, spiritual values, and ethical living skills. Click here to listen to the interview >>
Chaite Dashian Celebrated at Rainbow Children Home Nepal
April 5, 2018
Rainbow Children Home in Nepal, a COE partner, hosted a Chaite Dashian festival for the children. In Napel there are many fests and festivals and Chaiate Dashian is a one of the popylar ones.  There are two types of Dashain in Nepal, one is Bada Dashain which held in September and October and the other Dashina is called Chaite Dashian and is held in March and April. The Bada Dashian festival is even bigger than Chaite Dashain, but both are the important festivals in Nepal. During Bada Dashian...
The outside of Auschwitz in Poland, taken in 1979.
December 1, 2017
Nina Meyerhof was interviewed by Vermont Public Radio VPR about the One Humanity Institute in Auschwitz A South Burlington woman named Nina Meyerhof has been spending time in Poland where she is trying to create a humanitarian institute next to the infamous Auschwitz concentration camp. Click here to listen to the interview
August 5, 2017
“Co-creating a World in Harmony and Balance” May 12, 2017 at the United Nations University in Tokyo
July 17, 2017
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June 7, 2017
Athens: A Peaceful Message from 6,757 Miles Away California Students Campaign to Deliver 750 Teddy Bears with a Message of Peace to Syrian Refugee Children in Greece. Inspiring Hope for Syrian Refugee Children is a crowdfunding campaign on Global Giving, June 12 - 30, 2017, that supports a cultural exchange between California students and Syrian refugee children. Please join us to raise funds supporting the personal delivery of teddy bears and the message of peace by these students who have...
May 30, 2017
In February 2016, we started out on a pilgrimage—one with no time limit. Beforehand, we had given away all our possessions except the contents of our two rucksacks. The wish to do so came up when we were planning our first pilgrimage from October to December 2015 from our home in Switzerland to the World Climate Conference in Paris. There’s no single motivation for what we’re doing. Each of us has his or her own motives, aspirations, and vision. What binds us, however, is our belief in the...


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