Stories of IREX

Building Peace and Tolerance in Sri Lanka

“There is a new voice in Sri Lanka, a voice that rejects extremism, violence, and terrorism,” says Suchith Abeyewickreme, a Sinhala-Buddhist, peace educator, citizen

The Global Classroom: Bringing Delhi to Vermont

Like teachers everywhere, Ron Eisenman wants to expand his students’ horizons. “Our school is really trying to focus on creating global understanding,” says Eisenman, who teaches 10th grade social studies in Rutland, Vermont.

Connecting Voters to Election Information in Ukraine

The stakes are high as Ukraine prepares for local elections on October 25. The country is struggling to cope with a protracted political and economic crisis amid an array of complex government reforms.

From Small Time Farmer To Big Time Producer in Pakistan

Alvi may not be a household name in Pakistan yet, but he is starting to gain a reputation in his home province of Punjab, and across the country.
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