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The Journal de bord (or logbook in English) was a form of record keeping used by captains who sailed the Earth's wide, wild seas. In an era before navigational tools, they recorded the position of the sun, and made a note of wind direction and strength. This information proved invaluable for future captains as they too set sail on their journeys. It is in this spirit that we publish our regular blog posts here about what we are learning along the way from the movements, groups and individuals who have brought about change. We would welcome your comments and suggestions for further inspirations.

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