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Balancing the Equation of Girls' Access to Education in Sudan

According to internal displacement monitoring centre the number of internally displaced persons in Sudan in 2010 was 4, 5 Million persons and that was before the escalation of war in Blue Nile and Sou … Read More»

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Equalizing Education, Balancing the Status: Transnational Girls' Access to Education.

“Globalization's narrative for migrants is simply a permanent state of impermanence, through the policy of circular migration.”—Ninotchka Rosca, from Change the Narrative: Transnational as a Noun … Read More»

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“You educate a man; you educate a man. You educate a woman; you educate a generation.” ― Brigham Young

Coming from a middle class family and quite a peaceful country, I have had relatively good access to education. … Read More»

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May 21, 2013: Draw the Line Day!

Tuesday, May 21st is 'Draw the Line Day'. … Read More»

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The Sad and Ugly Truth

The first article of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that all human beings are born free and equal in terms of dignity and rights. … Read More»

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Oh tradition you have killed me. 2013 VOF Week 3

Every woman’s dream is to live a happy life. But most women only realize this dream when they are gone. … Read More»

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Veero Kohli: From a Slave to a contestant in national elections,one woman’s journey

Veero Kohli, is the first contestant in General elections in Pakistan to have escaped the … Read More»

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We have all the same rights

Education is the key to improve human being's lives. And yet, in some places in the world, we are far from having access to that key. … Read More»

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DISPUTED IDENTITY

‘Disputed’ is what I think of when it comes to describing myself in one word. My identity is disputed. The place I live in is a disputed territory. … Read More»

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