London lifestyle magazine Canary Wharf features Landmark Forum graduates and their breakthroughs.
Landmark Forum Reviewed in Leading London Magazine
A Leading London lifestyle publication has a reporter take part in and review The Landmark Forum.
A New School for Disadvantaged Girls in Pakistan
An ambitious plan to create a school for disadvantaged girls in Pakistan is coming together out of a Londoner’s project in the Landmark Self-Expression and Leadership Program.
Shoebox Project Gives Gifts to Homeless
Lauren Giblin’s project in Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program brought Christmas to the homeless in London. Her original plan was to have 150 shoeboxes full of gifts delivered to five participating shelters in time for the holiday. Generous donations from […]
Alban Play Station Brings Christmas to Commute
UK commuters received the opportunity to give toys to kids as part of ‘Alban Play Station’, a project created by Andy West while taking part in Landmark Education’s SELP.
Olympic Torch Visits Irish Schools, Towns
A landmark Education Graduate and philanthropist was an Olympic torch bearer in Northern Ireland – then he sent the torch to tour Ireland after the Summer Olympic Games.
Natalie Cook Participates in Fifth Olympics
Olympic beach volleyball gold medalist and Landmark graduate Natalie Cook is taking part in her record fifth Olympic Games in London. Also, Landmark Education is proud to work with NBC Television Stations as an advertiser of local coverage of these Olympic Games.
10×10 Project Seeks to Boost Volunteering
An article from the Dagenham Post tells of a Landmark SELP project created to increase volunteering.
Lobbying for a Lunch Hour
Keiron Vital’s project in Landmark Education’s SELP course is a campaign to lengthen the lunch period to one hour in schools in the United Kingdom.
UK Self-Expression and Leadership Projects Spotlighted on New Website
New website spotlights Landmark Education Self-Expression and Leadership Program projects in Brighton and Hove in the UK.
Now That She’s Gone Goes to Scotland
Playwright and Landmark Forum graduate Ellen Snortland is taking her one woman show to Scotland.
Sufi Event Draws Prince Charles
Prince Charles attended a notable event to celebrate Sufism and the contributions of muslims to British society, an event which sprung from Ishreen Bradley’s project in the Self-Expression and Leadership program.
Prominent British Entrepreneur Critiques The Landmark Forum
British entrepreneur, author, and television personality Rachel Elnaugh recently took part in the Landmark Forum and wrote a review of it on her website, in a post titled ‘Transformation’. Elnaugh is known as the founder of Red Letter Days, a […]
Boxing Champion Motivates Kids
former boxing champion billy schwer saw in the landmark forum that he wanted to make a difference for kids.
Pelican Post Nominated for Digital Heroes Award
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.
Remembering a Best Friend: Life Without Benedetta
Raj Babbra’s best friend Benedetta Ciaccia was killed in the terrorist attack on London which took place July 7, 2005. Babbra was devastated. Over the next couple of years, he says that he lost his passion for life, falling into a spiral of isolation and […]
‘Inspire a Child’ Brings Stars to Schools
Sally Cancello’s ‘Inspire a Child’project has allowed many celebrity athletes and artists to visit primary schools in England, inspiring students with their accomplishments. The project, which Cancello created while attending Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program, received the attention of […]
Monster Dash Raises Cash for Kids
Alex Potocki created a uniquely fun event to raise money for children with cancer as his project in the Landmark Education Self-Expression and Leadership Programme: He created a horror costume ‘dash for cash’ fundraising event which feature children and adults […]
Community Comes Together at ‘Celebrate your Neighbour’ Day
Katherine Wratten brought her community together by creating a ‘Celebrate your Neighbour’ day. The project was created in the Landmark Education SELP program.
Stranded Scholars U.S. Trip Saved
Landmark Education graduate and army lieutenant colonel Martha Granger was recently featured in the Springfield News-Leader for assisting nine foreign Fulbright scholars whose planned tour of the United States was about to fall through. Discovering America's Goodness by Linda Leicht […]
Luke Cody’s Afghan Odyssey
Luke Cody left a successful career in the banking industry to pursue photojournalism. His project in Landmark Education’s self-expression and leadership program involved a photo exhibition based on a three month tour of Afghanistan. Cody explains the purpose of his […]
Moon Space Party Aids Grief Encounter
When Sophie Berger’s twin sister Charlotte died, she left behind two small children. Berger has undertaken a project to help bereaved children and their families by putting on a fundraiser for the charity Grief Encounter. The event is Berger’s project […]
Morris Brings Underground Smiles
Londonist, London’s leading blog about events around town, covered the Landmark Education SELP project of Suzanne Morris, which took place on London’s underground (subway) this past summer. The project spread community and happiness by interacting with people, giving out stickers […]
A Different Rush Hour: Commuters Tango through London and New York
The independent of London recently featured an article relating to the Landmark Self-Expression and Leadership Program project of Thomas Lindner, which according to his Tango Commute website forms a distributed network of individual couples conveying a sense of compassion and […]
Desperately Seeking Undies
Earlier this year Caroline Glasner encountered asylum seekers in London, and the experience had a profound effect on her. She was shocked at how destitute they appeared, and how much they lacked even the basic necessities of life. When it […]
Fight Club Author Discusses Creative Process; Credits Landmark Education
Acclaimed author Chuck Palahniuk, who wrote Fight Club and dozens of other novels, gave a lengthy interview to a major British newspaper, The Independent, where he discusses his writing process and credits his participation in the Landmark Forum with helping […]
Sponsor a Mother Helps AIDS Orphans
Out of her Participation in Landmark Education’s Team Management Leadership Program (TMLP), London native Jo Lawrence has formed a project to assist AIDS orphans in the Sweetwaters community in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa. Titled ‘Sponsor a Mother’, the project works with Love is […]
Londoner Raises Cash for Indian Orphans
Smriti Jhnigan has always wanted to make a difference with children in India, her native country, and when she took Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program in London she created a project to raise money to improve the quality of life […]
Sing Your Hearts Out!! Giving Peace a Chance
Graham Smedley has created a project in the Landmark Self Expression and Leadership Program with the goal of getting people to sing John Lennon's give peace a chance before football games. This unusual idea has been getting some attention in […]
Journalist Writes About Landmark Forum in Bristol England
British journalist Miriam Akhtar recently participated in the Landmark Forum and wrote an article about it a Bristol weekly magazine called the Venue. Blueprint For Change Miriam Akhtar Gives Her Verdict on The Landmark Forum About 100 people are sitting […]