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Human Rights and Law

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IS SLAVERY IMMORTAL???

My elder brother and sister in law are Interns at the Chittagong Medical College Hospital in Bangladesh. … Read More»

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Abuse in the classrooms and the victims.

We don’t need no education Lots of hazards in the classroom!! -Pink Floyd … Read More»

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Amena , The Little innocent refugee girl

When you are a refugee , it is a problem When you are a child refugee , is a complicated problem When you are a sick refugee child , that's what is called a misery … Read More»

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Domestic Violence in Barbados: Who will protect the victim?

Barbadians were in shock after the murder of another one of our women. She was killed in the most brutal manner, the details will forever bring a chill to all Barbadians. … Read More»

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Gender Equality Movement and Community Engagement

In Myanmar where I was born and raised up, traditional culture supports gender stereotype and women and girls are discriminated and dominated by their male counterparts. … Read More»

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Musings of a vegetable vendor

It’s 4 am I wake up-it is early morning I splash my face with cold water I grab my tswanda (basket) on one hand My little purse with the few dollars on the other hand I rush out onto the street … Read More»

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Speaks Woman Módulo VOF 2012 5

This video was made based on a survey of 824 women of Rio de Janeiro. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DdfEQrTwEJw&feature=colike … Read More»

What We're Watching: I Am Congo

"If we just sat with crossed arms, what would happen then?"
—Denise Siwatula, DRC

This week, we are inspired by “I Am Congo: Amazing lives in a place the world has left for dead,” a new collection of videos from our friends at The Enough Project, spotlighting grassroots leaders in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Read More »

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Mother's Journey

This is a tale of the tale behind the struggle by Zimbabwean women to reclaim their dignity. It is a tale of the whys of women's protests, demonstrations and activism for social justice. … Read More»

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