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Mission Explore was featured in The Guardian G2 kids section yesterday, 5 August under the headline How to be an Explorer. And they are asking any of you kids out there to send photos in from your adventures to email@example.com – so get out there and show them what guerilla geography is all about.
The wonderfully inventive and incorrigibly curious crew at The Geography Collective have launched a new blog to track stories in the media about risk aversion. Our recently published book: Mission:Explore, written by The Geography Collective and illustrated by Tom Morgan-Jones is the purest antidote known to man*(kind) and beast for the cotton wool culture that our children are being enveloped in.
Do please go and take a look at their blog: http://thegeographycollective.wordpress.com/ as well as the book, and please tell your friends.
* for man please also read woman, boy, girl, child, etc. etc
Good Morning Afghanistan, Waseem Mahmood’s most recent book, recounts a true story of how a courageous band of media warriors assist a broken nation in finding a voice through the radio. Over the airwaves, a land devastated by decades of war begins to battle with words rather than weapons. A glimmer of hope emerges in the form of a spirited little breafast-time radio programme, Good Morning Afghanistan.
“Good Morning Afghanistan… was an important start in bringing fat and uncensored information to the war-stricken people of Afghanistan.” From the foreword by Hamid Karzai, President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan