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2012 VOF Module 3

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Terminating the cycle of violence in Chinese families

I got flowers today. Today was a very special day. It was the day of my funeral. Last night, he finally killed me. He beat me to death. … Read More»

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A Letter to the NYPD, For the Love Of Our Families

As a new mother who spends of most of her evenings quietly at home, with her husband and toddler son, I am particularly grateful to the New York Civil Liberties Union for their most recent lawsuit aga … Read More»

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CORRUPTION IN NIGERIA: …affects mostly women!

Corrupt practices exist around the world; it is like a canker-worm that delights in feeding on its host without minding what the host is going through. … Read More»

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Campus should focus on safety, not students’ dress

The ruling patriarchy is once more at work at the University of Buea (UB). … Read More»

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Death Sings A Lullaby

Children in Syria do not hear fairytales about talking rabbits and ponies before bedtime. These days they only hear the stories of death and torture. … Read More»

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Despite Assigned Gender, You Have the Right to Choose Your Identity.

‘Who are you?’ asked the worm to Alice in Wonderland. … Read More»

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Women are not goods-they are not for sale!

Slavery conjures up pictures of black people shipped in bunks and tied to chains; and sounds of whips on their backs at the hands of white owners. … Read More»

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Half a Century of the Domestic Relations Bill on the Shelf of Parliament: Uganda Women Call for Equitable Access to Justice

“I am afraid of losing my 15 years of marriage because I will be sent away empty handed. I have toiled to acquire land and livestock in this home. … Read More»

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Every market place has its own mad men! A common phrase but hardly do we think of the gravity it carries. … Read More»

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