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2013 VOF Module 3

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The Soldiers Have Come to Town

I did hear it right over the airwaves six months ago. … Read More»

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Shielding The Monster

Have you ever thought what if a rich man bought his freedom after killing your loved ones? Would this be justice? … Read More»

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Let's get back to the drawing table.

Uganda has recently been faced with heightened emotions over rape cases reported in the media. They are not new cases, and they should not continue to horrify us. … Read More»

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People With Disabilities and Politics in Nigeria

People With Disability (PWD) are noticeably absent in politics and public offices in Nigeria. Despite an anti-discriminatory law in support of PWDs in the country. … Read More»

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Finding hope amidst floods of despair

"Sudan is still okay" is a phrase I grew up hearing as a Sudanese girl. … Read More»

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Why Polygamy Today?

I am not debating the reason why polygamy is allowed, because I am a devout Muslim and I understand it had served the Muslim society in the past, for instance in the times of war to accommodate the or … Read More»

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I am not voting to decide my faith. It’s intact. Vote for a President!

The Maldives took another shot at democratic elections on 7 September 2013, with a … Read More»

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Adoption: A New Approach to Development and Women’s Rights

Forty-one years into independence, Bangladesh still does not have legal provisions for traditional adoption as understood in many developed countries, such as the United States. … Read More»

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Two Sides of the Same Coin

Lisa Hanna, former Miss World and current Minister of Youth and Culture in Jamaica was on August 20, 2013 voted in the top ten of the world’s worst politicians, in effect Jamaica’s worst performing c … Read More»

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The New VAT ACT 2013, a Burden to the Kenyan Poor

On 6th August this year, the National Assembly of the Kenya government unanimously approved the controversial Value Added Tax bill which saw amendments that reinstated taxes on basic food items and ne … Read More»

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