A.level results are just around the corner. It's that time of year again when nerves get fraught and we play the waiting game. For some of us it's a distant memory, but I bet however distant, you can still conjure up that feeling of waiting to find out.
I've recently returned from an incredible and disturbing time in Thailand and Cambodia.
It was a time of immersion but mostly a time of relationship building. The purpose of the trip was to see Tearfund teams in action but also to discover what role I had to play in supporting development on the ground.
Most of the time it’s easy for us to be critical about the world around us, even the people – we find it easy to identify and pick out character flaws within others, but when it comes to ourselves we seem to have “blind spots”. Charlotte Chan explores the idea of blind spots from her Tearfund ICS placement in Bolivia.