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2013 VOF Week 3

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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»

Taha Mirani's picture

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»

LUCY NJANG FUL's picture

WOMEN EMPOWERMENT

Thank you for the opportunity given to me at World pulse so that women around the world can know what is happening to their fellow women in various communities. … Read More»

Sulaf Chams Eddin's picture

Female and armed conflicts

Girls in Syria had several challenges before the revolution which has been started as of 15.03.2011. … Read More»

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It Always Starts With Girls

Although a lot is being done in different parts of the world to break the barriers hindering the education of the girl child, there remains yet a lot to be done, bearing in mind that it is the girl th … Read More»

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'Our girls are the real gold'

Vangie Bago-Porogoy has survived an ambush. She lifts her shirt, showing me where the bullets pierced through skin. The scars are like bleached centipedes encrusted on her dark brown flesh. … Read More»

Yessi Writes's picture

Gender and Ethnicity — an education in intersectionality

I’ve consistently heard that immigrant families value education above all else. … Read More»

Caryn Dudarevitch's picture

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»

Rhoda Robinson's picture

School or No School? That is the Question

One of the major barriers to girls getting an education is poverty, of which they are of 2 kinds: Financial poverty and Poverty of the mind- where education on a girl is a waste of time and resources. … Read More»

Walaa Salah's picture

It’s the combination of religious fundamentalism and discriminatory laws

“Girls students are not allowed access to the university compos after 6 PM; men students are allowed access until mid night” … Read More»

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