Two Landmark graduates are launching a monthly sponsorship program through which American women donate a kit containing feminine hygiene products to a girl in the developing world even as they buy their own.
The executive director of Amnesty International Kenya shares about himself and how The Landmark Forum made a huge difference in dealing with the fallout of violence against his family.
It has been 20 years since the first Landmark Forum in South Africa. To date more than 7500 South Africans have participated in the Landmark Forum and a full curriculum of Landmark programs have been offered there. David Ure […]
It sounds like a fairy tale – looking for one’s lost parents, discovering that one is a princess in a faraway land, and giving heart and soul to rebuild that country. But it’s a reality created by Sarah Culberson.
A new film spotlights how Globetops, an organization created by Becky Morrison out of her Self-Expression and Program, is forever altering lives in the developing world by putting refurbished laptops into the hands of community leaders.
One Landmark graduate’s plan to create wealth for hundreds of thousands of African families may reach the ears of Virgin Group legend Richard Branson.
Globetops is an innovative organization that gets refurbished laptops into the hands of community leaders in the developing world.
Landmark graduate Soraya Sheppard is bringing the color and power of South African art to Chicago.
by Barbara Castleton “When I touched him, he was cold. That is when I realized he was dead. The shock was so immense that my body began to shake. I went through so much pain and I felt completely helpless. […]
One Cape Town man is creating programs to help at risk youth in nearby Lavender Hill.
‘Adopt a Dancer’, a project created in the Landmark SELP, allows people to sponsor poor children in having Latin dance lessons.
A leading Kenyan wildlife conservationist has created a project Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program to record elders’ accounts of wildlife encounters.
Almost 500 computers will be heading to students in Ghana and India, as a result of Sheila Scanlan’s project she created in Landmark’s SELP.
An all day tattoo marathon at 10 South African tattoo outlets is raising thousands to fight childhood cancer. The ‘Tattoo-a-thon’ is a project created by a participant in the Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
Rachel Shebesh, a member of Kenya’s parliament whose political career was inspired by taking part in The Landmark Forum, talks about what it will take more women involved in Kenyan politics.
Oliva Seery, who leads Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program in Ireland, took on climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro in order to raise money for Ireland’s largest children’s charity.
Bruze Muzik’s TED talk discusses living as the only white person in one of South Africa’s poorest neighborhoods, a move inspired by his participation in The Landmark Forum.
A member of parliament in Kenyan discusses her life and taking the Landmark Forum.
Landmark Forum graduate Gashaw Tahir has taken on reforestation in Ethiopia.
Landmark Forum Leader David Cunningham talks about fear, abundance and contribution.
David Cunningham talks on South African Radio about being responsible for your life and being complete with your past.
Aid Still Required, whose roots lie with the participation of Hunter Payne and Andrea Herz Payne in Landmark’s SELP, has released a celebrity CD which will support those rebuilding from disasters across the globe.
Aid Still Required, a non-profit founded by Landmark graduates Andrea Herz Payne and Hunter Payne, aids survivors of disasters after the news cameras have gone away.
A Slovenian newspaper highlights an innovative project to build needed facilities in Africa – created by Urška Torkar and worked on in her Landmark SELP program.
gashaw tahir continues to make Ethiopia green.
The story of Zindaba Nyirenda and her efforts to reduce poverty in Africa have been featured in the Daily Herald newspaper of suburban Chicago. Nyirenda credits The Landmark Forum with giving her a voice – for having her realize she […]
Gashaw Tahir was recognized by the UN as a private sector green hero for the reforestation work he has accomplished in Ethiopia.
Landmark SELP project honors Zimbabwe nurses.
Sarah Culberson’s book tour for “A Princess Found”, her autobiography about discovering she was actually a princess in Sierra Leone, is coming to Pasadena on Sunday, November 15th.
Nick Johnson and his Pelican Post project, which delivers books to schools in African and which was founded in the Landmark SELP, has been nominated for a “digital heroes” award.