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2013 VOF Module 2

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The Education Arena: Same Old Script, Different Actors, Decades Later

It is a very cold dawn in rural Western Kenya, as 13 year old Jane Muhonja (name changed), a total orphan starts the long 5 kilometer hilly trek from Gagiremba village to Gimomoi Primary school, both … Read More»

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An Old Familiar Message

On the evening of February 26, 2012 in the state of Florida, 17-year-old Trayvon Martin walked towards his father’s girlfriend’s house in a gated community. … Read More»

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Eritreans in Sudan: Their Struggle is Mine Too

One night in December, 2011, Grace refused to serve a Sudanese customer who used to drink tea and coffee daily without paying a cent. … Read More»

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Displaced women in Iraq: Should we eat? Or study?

It was 45 degrees outside and we had been without electricity for 12 hours. I was trying to get some sleep after a long night of preparation for my final exams. That is when my mother walked in. … Read More»

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*A Better World For All*

Ruth acts older than her age; at 14, she lives alone in her own hut in Namadzi a village in Chiradzulu, on her grand mothers’ compound. … Read More»

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Life Under Surveillance

Tibet possesses a rich culture and profound history, and it is a place where religion -- Buddhism -- holds a privileged position. … Read More»

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Expecting justice from an alleged offender: the plight of Maldivian women!

You are paid a salary that is barely enough to survive; you know competition is high for the limited jobs. So, wouldn't you try your best to hold onto the job you have? … Read More»

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Ghost Shadows: Women and Finance

The Sun descended in all its glory, spreading its tentacles of saffron across the pitch-black blanket. … Read More»

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Resistance Is Power: How I Fought For My Religious Freedom

He ran toward me and pounded my shoulders with his fists. He slapped, kicked and yelled at me. “What is your problem?” he screamed. “You have to leave that church!” … Read More»

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