Table of Contents for IC#17

Being Global Neighbors

In-depth international & cross-cultural experiences

Originally published in Summer 1987
Copyright (c)1987, 1997 by Context Institute

About This Issue
by Robert Gilman


The Asian Vortex by Robert Cabot and Robert Fuller
Can the Age of Empire meet its end in Afghanistan?

Working It Out an interview with Nancy Pascal, by Jane Hughes Gignoux
Mediation in multicultural New York City high schools

Walking The World For Peace an interview with Satish Kumar, by Robert Gilman
Reflections from the editor of Resurgence

Ladakh an interview with Helena Norberg-Hodge, by Robert Gilman
Helping a culture choose its future

Working With The Dineh by Susan Willson
Blending healing arts with the Navajo

Earth Run an interview with David Gershon and Gail Straub, by Robert Gilman
Circling the globe with a torch of hope

Gandhi Niketan Ashram by Sri K. Muniandi
A center for the promotion of Indian culture and civilization

A Granny For The Global Village by Daniel Schellenberg
Reflections on the blessing and peace making traditions in the African village

Learning From The Aborigines by Helen Gould
Certain ancient ways may be just what the modern world needs

Crossroads Seattle an interview with Jim Grob, by Lila Forest
A new approach to multicultural education

Transformative Knowledge by Robert Vargas
A Chicano perspective

Village Travel by David Farrelly
Thoughts on an alternative to standard tourism

My Second Home by Micheal Seraphinoff
Sharing Macedonian village life

An Open Letter by Laurie Childers
How to approach working independently overseas

Resources compiled by Diane Gilman and Laurie Childers