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Sisters, and brothers, in Syria

Dear Sisters and Brothers, too- My heart breaks and aches for the atrocities you are suffering. I can only hope for comfort, for healing, and for peace. Please know we stand with you. … Read More»

Syria: PHOTOS: Refugee Numbers Rise BBC News, September 3, 2013

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Regarding the Pain of Others As Well As Our Own (An Open Letter on Safety and Well-being Among Media Workers)

(Linda Bansil, 33, is a citizen journalist and filmmaker who, together with her sister, Nadjoua, 35, was abducted by the infamous Abu Sayyaf w … Read More»



Les questions environnementales liées à plusieurs formes de dégradations écologiques touchent notre communauté. Parmi elles nous citons : -La déforestation et déboisement … Read More»

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Sugar Coated

Time Magazine, World Bank analysis, tourism blitzes, and other publicity have portrayed the Philippines as a fertile investment ground, a peaceful place to live in, and an exciting tourist destination … Read More»

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Do More..Dig Deep

The situation in Syria became illogical, it destroys all what we ever knew about the meaning of humanity. … Read More»

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Keeping Hope Alive in Somalia

I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Hawa Abdi from Somalia. If you haven't already read her bestselling memoir, "Keeping Hope Alive," I highly recommend it. … Read More»

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Everything that represents life is dying and stirring a palpable and rippling imbalance. … Read More»

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Women´s Power vs. Nuclear Power

“Did you hear that we should not open the windows?” I was seven and playing with my friend Tanya at home when we began to talk about “the thing” that was happening. … Read More»

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