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10 toughest places for girls to go to school

New York, N.Y. Article from the BBC News education correspondent. Debates about schools in richer countries are often about the politics of priorities, what subjects should be given most importance, who needs extra help and what needs more public spending. But for families in many developing countries questions about education can be a lot more […]

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Jim Luce Writes on Many Themes Connecting Goodness

Jim Luce writing in Léogâne, Haiti shortly after the earthquake (2010). Léogâne was the epicenter of the quake that devastated Haiti. Trademarks are property of their respective owners. Articles, photographs and graphics by Jim Luce are © The James Jay Dudley Luce Foundation.  The Stewardship Report™, SR™, The Luce Index™, JLSR Tidbits™, Thought Leaders & Global […]

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J. Luce Foundation Welcomes New Executive Staff

New York, N.Y.  Please join me in welcoming two new members of the J. Luce Foundation executive staff: Jeremy Hu and Nigel Roberts. Jeremy serves as our foundation’s executive director, and Nigel is our communications director. They join John Lee, our vice president, on our Executive Committee. Nigel Roberts and Jeremy Hu join the J. […]

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Social Calendar on Connecting Goodness

 2/1-3/15, 2013 | 9:30am-7:30pm Orphans International Worldwide Penny Harvest for Kids in Asia, Africa & the Americas Orphans International Worldwide OIWW has worked to support orphaned children in Africa, Asia, and the Americas since its founding in 1999.  Today, OIWW supports orphan care in a dozen countries.  Over $50,000 was donated to orphaned children in […]

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Jim Luce on Veterans

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Stewardship Report on Target at Clinton Global Initiative

New York, N.Y. At the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) 2012, Bill Clinton, Queen Rania, Ban Ki-moon, and the head of the World Bank discussed that an enormous need for moving humanity forward is communicating successful solutions from around the world.  The Stewardship Report, with its mission of Connecting Goodness, is expanding its efforts to do so. […]

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Jim Luce (ジムルース) on Japan & Japanese-Americans

Jim Luce declared East Asian Studies – Japan (Literature) his major during his freshman fall quarter at The College of Wooster.  He went on to spend three semesters in Tokyo and Morioka, and then returned to Tokyo upon his graduation to look for a job.  Unsuccessful, her moved to New York and accepted a position […]

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Jim Luce on Orphans International Worldwide

Jim Luce traveled to Indonesia in 1995 where he encountered an orphanage — and an orphan named Mathew — that would change his life.  Through the persistence of his mother, Jim went on to found Orphans International Worldwide (OIWW) in 1999. New York Times Essay: First One Orphan, Then Many More Orphans International Movement to Help Kids Around the World Janusz Korczak […]

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