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"The Bad Luck" of Being A Young Woman

It never occured to me that writing my personal stories and share them in my blog can be part of activism. I always thought activism is something big, heroic, direct, brave, and masculine. … Read More»

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TropicalClinics Achievements and Opportunities

TropicalClinics Progress Report: Achievements, Challenges, Future Plans … Read More»

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Blog for International Women's Day with CARE and Gender Across Borders

This year, Gender Across Borders and CARE will host the Third Annual Blog for International Women’s Day, a day where bloggers, writers, and humanitarian organizations are asked to write about the Inte … Read More»

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Introducing My New Blog: Ms. Jane of All Trades!

Almost a month ago now, in my journal entry "Busting Stereotypes: One Wrench at a Time" (http://www.worldpulse.com/node/44107), I hinted at a new blog aimed at helping women to learn, grow, and empowe … Read More»

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A feminist clears her name using the same Web 2.0 tools that tried to degrade her

I had applied to be a Voice of the Future correspondent a year ago and decided to apply again after experiencing a certain situation during the call for 2011 applicants. … Read More»

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Hope; Citizen Journalist

Three years ago, I started a blog, titled “Curious and Determined.” The purpose of this blog was to share updates with friends and family on humanitarian projects, interviews and experiences. … Read More»

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Where words engage - 2011 VOF Week 1

I used to blog. Then one day I stopped, there was an inner turmoil. What was I doing, creating virtual garbage? I am a voracious blog reader. … Read More»

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My Blog Leaked Out Silent Blood

It was a cold December 2009, and I had reached Dantewada district, in the state of Chhattisgarh in central India. … Read More»

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'Survive' by Jacques Roche

This poem was written by a Haitian poet, journalist, activist Jacques Roche, who was killed six years ago. It's really beautiful, and I think the poem does justice to itself and its writer. … Read More»

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What's Jamaica's NEET story?

August 12 was celebrated as international youth day. Not that very many Jamaican youth would know. Or care. … Read More»

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