News, Reviews & Resources   June, 2007
In This Issue ...
Rainbow Umbrella

The cold and rainy weather here in Melbourne is certainly reminding us we're approaching winter!

For readers sharing the Southern Hemisphere with us, we hope you'll find something in this month's issue to bring a little sunshine into your day.

And for our northern readers heading into summer, may you find something to reflect that sunshine. :-)

Among other items, the pdf file includes information on:

  • PILCH - Pro bono legal assistance for individuals or tax-exempt community groups and other organisations
  • The 2007 International Appreciative Inquiry Conference
  • DonorTec - donated current software and hardware for nonprofits, for merely a small administration fee!

Have a great month!

Sue & Chris
BJ Seminars International

AI Practitioner
Rainbow effect with computer and global map
The AI Practitioner is an international journal devoted to the theory and practice of Appreciative Inquiry.

It is produced quarterly by Anne Radford, who is based in London.

At the AI Practitioner (AIP) website, you can download sample articles, see a full list of topics and articles, and purchase annual subscriptions or individual articles.

You will find a wide range of articles covering the latest research and theory about AI, as well as many case studies and stories from the field.

Visit the AIP website or download the brochure. (PDF 181kb)

An excellent resource!

Teen Voices

Teen Voices is a (US-based) print and online magazine "about teen women being themselves". Girl Typing on Computer

"There are enough magazines out there that tell you how to look, how to act to impress a guy, or to buy certain products.

Teen Voices challenges the mainstream media's harmful images of girls and women by providing an intelligent alternative".

International submissions are very welcome, so if you know any young women in your family, class or youth group who love to write, please share the following information with them.

Are you a teen girl between the ages of 13-19 who loves to write? Teen Voices wants to publish your writing in our biannual print magazine or monthly online magazine.

We accept poetry, short stories, personal essays, opinion pieces, and reviews of books and CDs. We have sections in the magazine about health, surviving sexual assault, media watch, teen motherhood, and much more.

Visit TeenVoices.com online and you can submit your work right on our website. Or email it directly to us.

Our thanks for this information to:
Ellyn Ruthstrom
Editor-in-Chief, Teen Voices
80 Summer Street, Suite 300, Boston, MA, 02110, USA


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Inspirational Movies

212: The Extra Degree

The Dash

The Focus Movie

The Numbers Movie

The Parents' Movie

The Time Movie

The Trouble Tree

Your Kids

Fighting Fair

Beyond Flaming - How to Fight Fair Online


7 Ways to De-Fang Difficult People and Save Energy

Dealing with Difficult People - Go Ahead, Rain on My Parade

Don't Argue - Discuss!

More Conflict Resolution Links ...

The Last Word
You can increase your brain power three to fivefold simply by laughing and having fun before working on a problem. (Doug Hall)
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