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In a Sunburned Country In a Sunburned Country

by Bill Bryson

Despite the fact that Australia harbors more things that can kill you in extremely nasty ways than anywhere else, including sharks, crocodiles, snakes, even riptides and deserts, Bill Bryson adores the place, and he takes his readers on a rollicking ride far beyond that beaten tourist path.

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GLOBAL YOUTH FORUM

Global Youth Forum continues to be our most popular program, bringing in students from around the world to develop discuss global issues, explore innovative ways to solve problems and develop their leadership, cultural competency and diplomacy skills. Our 2020 venue and programming will be our best event ever. Watch here for details!

New for 2020: The PTPI President's Reading List

Welcome to the 2020 PTPI President's Reading List. This year, for the first time, we've advanced the Global Book Club to more closely align with our mission and vision and provide a year-long experience in culture, travel, education and global citizenship. The reading list this year includes a diverse selection of books and multimedia that will enrich and inspire you to embrace the adventurer within each of us and to see the potential impact that cultural exchanges and humanitarian service adds to many lives. Join us in our facebook group - PTPI Global Book Club - to talk about what you're reading! Check back here to find the link to the full reading list.

SCHOOL & CLASSROOM

Bring the world to your classroom! The first step toward a more peaceful tomorrow is investing in children today. This free program offers teachers around the world resources, projects, and global connections with teachers and PTPI members to support the development of globally-minded and culturally-competent students. Sign up for the School & Classroom Program here or Contact Laurie Arellano at (816) 531-4701 for details!

2019 Theme: Creating Connections due December 1st.

Global Youth Murals allows K-12 students, ages 4-18, from around the world to express their unique global perspective through art. This year's theme "Creating Connections" asks young people to explore outside our current paradigms and consider how we can enhance international understanding through activities, engagement and experiences that will help make each of us a humanitarian, a peacemaker or an educator. To be considered for an award, submissions should arrive at PTPI World Headquarters in Kansas City, USA no later than December 1st. Additional information and submission instructions are in the Global Youth Mural guidelines.

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JOYCE C. HALL SCHOLARSHIP

The Joyce C. Hall College Scholarship is possible through funding provided by a direct bequest from Mr. Hall when he passed. This program not only illustrates the importance of the People to People's mission to Mr. Hall, it is also a symbol of the longstanding partnership between Hallmark and People to People International. Each year, up to five scholarships are awarded to university students who have shown a commitment to the mission and values of PTPI. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE