Global Book Club

The Hundred-Foot Journey The Hundred-Foot Journey

by Richard C. Morais

The Hundred-Foot Journey is about how the hundred-foot distance between a new Indian kitchen and a traditional French one can represent the gulf between different cultures and desires. A testament to the inevitability of destiny, this is a fable for the ages—charming, endearing, and compulsively readable.

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Global Youth Forum 2019

People to People International (PTPI), in partnership with the Menaul School, will host the 2019 Global Youth Forum. The Global Youth Forum continues, year-after-year, to assist in the global education of students around the world. This year’s 2019 Global Youth Forum will take place from Sunday, July 21 to Thursday, July 25 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Registration is now open for students to attend this year’s Global Youth Forum!

ONE BOOK, MANY GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES

PTPI’s Global Book Club offers the opportunity for conversation, learning, and building universal connections. A great way to connect around a common theme, the diverse Global Book Club discussions are featured on our blog, with conversation and commentary from PTPI staff and fellow readers from around the globe.

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 Kristie Jeanes at (816) 531-4701 for details!

ART IS A UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE

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, One People, One World, well describes PTPI's mission of connecting people and cultures from all walks of life while celebrating diversity. To be considered for an award, submissions should arrive at PTPI World Headquarters in Kansas City, USA no later than October 30th. Additional information, including instructions for creating the murals, is available in our 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

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People to People International members are committed to making a difference – in their own lives and the lives of others. Your membership in People to People International is a tool that can help you stay connected to those friends and provides the programming to help create even stronger bonds.