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"Not Enough Energy for Constant Hatred"

It is an early morning in late July that finds me standing outside the entrance of the Holy Sepulchre Church in the Old City of Jerusalem. With me are 20 young unfamiliar visitors with curious faces. … Read More»

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Introducing myself and my journal

My Vision for the Future: … Read More»

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"To build peace, you must understand the violence"

“Once upon a time, an old man was seated in front of his grandson, he was just thinking with his eyes closed. … Read More»

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Gender Sensitive Disaster Management: A Toolkit for Practitioners

Social networks, power relationships, knowledge and skills, gender roles, health, wealth, and location, all affect risk and vulnerability to disasters and the capacity to respond to them. … Read More»

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"A LOOK AT INDIGENOUS PEOPLES`SITUATION"

Bolivia was created as a Republic in 1825. However, with or without Republic, situation of indigenous peoples has been under extreme conditions in many occasions. … Read More»

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A Future Without Female Genital Mutilation

Personal experience … Read More»

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WHY COMMERCIAL SEX WORKERS ARE ADDICTED TO THE STREETS

A brown-eyed social worker strolls across a Nairobi Street that is Koinange (K-street), in the dead of a cold-July night. … Read More»

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GrRrrL PoWer!! - ideas, suggestions, and encouragement much appreciated.

*First and foremost let me preface this entry by saying that the views expressed are mine and do not in any way represent the views of the US government, the Peace Corps, or the Jamaican governement. … Read More»

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BlogHer 2009 Chicago Conference feedback

A few weeks ago, I had blogged about my Chicago trip http://www.worldpulse.com/node/11450 for the Blogher 2009 conference as an International Activists amongst others. … Read More»

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"Vulnerability of Nepalese women"

"I eloped with a man from the low caste as my parents did not approve my marriage with him. We moved to Kathmandu and settled here. … Read More»

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