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  1. Five non-fiction books – International Book Giving Day

    Five non-fiction books – International Book Giving Day

    With international book giving day taking place today, this entirely volunteer-based initiative is aimed at giving awareness and sharing the love of books. Originating in the UK, volunteers and book lovers alike join in on the yearly celebration worldwide by giving the gift of books to others with the hope of instilling in them an affinity and enthusiasm for books.

    Increasingly becoming popular each year, people can join in and take part in the celebration in a variety of ways. Some volunteers go to their local libraries and make donations, as well as school libraries for younger readers and other public community centres.

    With this in mind, SPCK has picked five books from their non-fiction list as an opportunity to gift to others on this day.

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  2. #ReclaimSocial – Post Positive in 2019!

    #ReclaimSocial – Post Positive in 2019!

    Social media has so much potential to be a force for good. We can re-connect with old friends easier than ever before, share important news articles and keep distant family up to date with changes in our lives. Social media has also been central to campaigns and protests, as demonstrated by the viral #metoo campaign.

    But it is impossible to deny that there is a dark side to social media that isn’t going to disappear any time soon. Fake news, trolling and catfishing (a form of identity theft) are serious problems that social media firms need to do more to tackle.

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  3. Brave New Year

    Brave New Year

    Andrew Adam, author of Thomas Cochrane and the Dragon Throne, blogs for us about the Chinese New Year.

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  4. SPCK in Durham for the 1698 Club Dinner

    SPCK in Durham for the 1698 Club Dinner

    Fundraising Assistant Catriona Brickel blogs about the 1698 Club Dinner that took place on 11 January. 

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  5. Ruth Clemence's thoughts for International Migrants' Day

    Ruth Clemence's thoughts for International Migrants' Day

    Blogger Ruth Clemence shares a review of They Called Us Love

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