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Posted by David Palmer on Dec 17, 2012

The SCI veteran David Palmer has recently been contacted by an Iranian student requesting information about about the reconstruction project, which took place almost 50 years ago in Dousadj.

David writes about his volunteer experience in Iran in 1963 and some of the conclusions she has arrived at in her study.

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Posted by Heinz Gabathuler on Nov 2, 2012

A few weeks before the International Committee Meeting in Malaysia starts, it may be interesting to have some backgroud information about the roots of SCI presence in South East Asia.

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Posted by Philipp Rodriguez on Oct 5, 2012

From time to time, the SCI Archives website features memories of former workcamp volunteers. Over the past year, Greg Wilkinson, now aged 75, has been working on a blog called 'Lifework Drafts' which includes two years on SCI work-camps in the mid-50s, when he refused military service in Britain. In 1962, Greg returned to SCI and a newly-independent Algeria, before turning to journalism. His workcamp blogs are part of a wider of a wider exploration. Here, we ask what moved him to write these very personal accounts.

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Posted by Heinz Gabathuler on Aug 22, 2012

The Archives of SCI France and its Commission for Africa, Asia and Latin America (CAAAL) have recently been made accessible to the public at the Archives Départementales du Val-de-Marne, located in Créteil near Paris.

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Posted by Philipp Rodriguez on Jun 2, 2012

Antonio Belmonte, historian and long standing of SCI group in Madrid, published recently a book about the Spanish Civil War with photo from SCI Archives.


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