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A21 – Walk for Freedom

On Saturday, October 19th over 50 UWCRCN Students hosted a "Walk for Freedom" in our local town, Førde, which happened simultaneously in 450 other locations around the globe involving 70 million people. "It’s our way of telling the world that slavery still exists and that it will never be okay–not on our watch. Walk For Freedom is our global response to human trafficking–an outward expression [...]

October 21st, 2019|

In Memoriam – John Lawrenson

It is with sadness we have received the news that John Lawrenson passed away this morning. John was our longest serving Rektor, in the period from 2002 to 2012. Together with his wife Nicky, he returned to the UK on retirement, where they have been living in the town of Stone. John came to our College with vast experience in all parts of the UWC Education [...]

October 1st, 2019|

Human Rights Education by the RAFTO Foundation

2009 Rafto Prize winner Malahat Nasibova with students Theresa Aarhus, Vilde Mørch Hobæk and Lene Mortensen from RAFTO provided HR awareness training for our students on Monday September 30th. They visited Global Politics classes and offered two sessions: Democracy Cake - analyzing all ingredients of democratic society Responsibility Cards - looking into social and corporate responsibility for the Human Rights abuses in DRC [...]

October 1st, 2019|

Vacancy – Rektor

Rektor (Head) UWC is a global education movement uniting people, nations and cultures for peace and a sustainable future. UWC Red Cross Nordic, established in 1995, is situated in Flekke, Fjaler Municipality 150km north of Bergen on the west coast of Norway. With a special emphasis on Nordic, environmental and humanitarian concerns, the College brings together 200 highly motivated students from all parts of the [...]

October 1st, 2019|

UWC Day – Climate of Change

We will be celebrating UWC Day (which falls on 21st September) on Friday 20th September 2019 with a day given over to the theme, 'Climate of Change'. We are asking how can we contribute to positive changes for the Environment? We will be looking at this question from a personal, social and political perspective. The entire school day will be dedicated to this. Students will [...]

September 18th, 2019|

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