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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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IF WOMEN ARE THE BACKBONE OF SOCIETY, WHY NOT EDUCATE THEM?

“Education is a basic human right as proclaimed in article 26 of the United nation’s Universal Declaration of human rights: everyone has the right to education. … Read More»

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Smashing the Broken Mirror: Removing Obstacles to Self-Actualization (Updated: See Endnote)

She stands on her toes, body arced, eyes scrutinizing the gaunt figure before her. In the mirror’s reflection, her body is a Picasso. … 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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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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What Do Girls Actually Learn?

Sheryl Sandberg, the chief operating officer of Facebook is quoted as saying, “I want every little girl who is told she is bossy to be told she has leadership skills!!” The fact that one of the most … Read More»

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Offer: OFID SCHOLARSHIP AWARD 2013/14: Master´s degree in a relevant field of Development Studies - Deadline: May 1st, 2013

OFID (The OPEC Fund for International Development) is pleased to announce that qualified applicants who have obtained or are on the verge of completing their undergraduate degree and who wish to study … Read More»

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Taboo of being a Dalit

The status of the Dalit community, in the Hindu Caste System, who were treated as polluted and untouchables, was a serious impediment to their educatio … Read More»

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