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2013 VOF Module 2

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NIGERIA'S PLEA TO STOP GAS FLARING IGNORED: WOMEN CONTINUE PAYING THE PRICE

Everything that represents life is dying and stirring a palpable and rippling imbalance. … Read More»

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Women´s Power vs. Nuclear Power

“Did you hear that we should not open the windows?” I was seven and playing with my friend Tanya at home when we began to talk about “the thing” that was happening. … Read More»

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Uganda, where is my voice?

“Individual rights are not subject to a public vote; a majority has no right to vote away the rights of a minority; the political function of rights is precisely to protect minorities from oppression … Read More»

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The Untold Stories of Lebanese Veiled Females

The Untold Stories of Lebanese Veiled Females … Read More»

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In the Battlefront: From the Community War to the Family War on HIV/AIDS

After the burial, I sat in my room to listen to soothing churchy tunes. The music; whether the vibrations or the exertion of creation had left an immeasurable physical effect on my body. … Read More»

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Striving for Women's Rights in the DRC

My name is Passy Mubalama, I am 29 years old and the founder of Action and Development Initiatives to protect women and children through AIDPROFEN association, a nonprofit organization based in Goma i … Read More»

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Widows Of India : A Tale Of Double Misfortunes

I always shudder at the thought I might one day be called called a -"Dakin", which means witch in Hindi. … Read More»

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Texas - A Battleground For Reproductive Rights in the United States

A spirited pair of eyes greeted me warmly from across her desk as we prepared to speak about the one thing that united us regardless of not ever knowing each other before this moment. … Read More»

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OUR CULTURE IS KILLING US IN SOME PART OF CAMEROON; WE NEED TO FIGHT THIS!

CAMEROON - As I try by all means to suppress my thoughts on the maternal health issues plaguing my ethnic group, I received a call from a fellow friend in one of the villages that make up my ethnic gr … Read More»

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