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Offer: Call for Applications: 2013 Moremi Leadership Empowerment and Development (MILEAD) Fellows Program (Deadline: 15 March 2013)

The MILEAD Fellows Program is a long-term leadership development program designed to identify, develop and promote emerging young African Women leaders to attain and thrive in leadership in their comm … Read More»

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Rethinking "The Better Life”

I had grown accustomed to city life. The hustle and bustle, the commute to work, the shopping, the clothes, the friends of different ethnicities, religions, hues and political affiliations. … Read More»

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Author Yasmeen Mahamoud Talks About Her Writing and the Somali Diaspora

Author Yasmeen Mahamoud Talks About Her Writing and the Somali Diaspora … Read More»

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Not a woman leader but a leader who happens to be a woman: Saba promotes the Horn of Africa’s potential for peace

She doesn’t consider herself a woman leader, a feminist or an activist. … Read More»

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The real challenges is using Web 2.0 to bring about change on the ground

The challenges and barriers to creating change in my community are MANY! … Read More»

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Two Hearts: My Journey as a Scrappy Kid into Something Else.

My story started before I was born. … Read More»

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An international hip hop collaboration: Diaspora Mixtape

This is another example of how the internet has made it possible for people from all over the world to connect, collaborate, create, and share with others. … Read More»

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The Watcher (short story)

He stands by the window, an old revolver in hand, and watches them come up. Even in the boiling sun they walk as cats do in the rain: drenched, timid, careful. Walking like whispering. Zimbabweans. … Read More»

Not Enough Energy for Constant Hatred

From within the walls of the Old City of Jerusalem, Palestinian Voices of Our Future correspondent Arda reveals what it's like to live on the front lines of one of the most infamous conflict zones in the world. Read More »

"I am not the same person when I am crossing a checkpoint in the West Bank as I am when I’m sipping coffee and shopping in West Jerusalem."

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We need the Will

Life is so difficult in Cameroon and in Africa. That is why our youths would travel to any country out of the continent without even thinking twice. The stories are so many. Let me tell you one. … Read More»

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