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What do people in Buner(Pakistan) think about terrorism in their area?

What do people in Buner think about ongoing war? By Zar Ali Khan Musazai … Read More»

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Resilience and Willingness in Making Laws that Are the Change

She sees politics as the best way to do something for other people while touching society and realizing the dream of progress for the country and for every woman. … Read More»

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Learn, Experience, Share and get exposed to Opportunities - Worldwide

I'm listing a couple of links - websites, organizations, groups..the works basically which I think would be of great help in different ways - journalism, social/political/cultural and artistic activis … Read More»

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Death of the political leader

Shailaja Acharya is a common name in Nepalese politics. … Read More»

UPDATE: Euna Lee and Laura Ling Pardoned and Released

The two American journalists, Euna Lee and Laura Ling, were detained by North Korean authorities on March 17th, 2009 for illegally entering the country. The world was shocked when, in June, they were each sentenced to 12 years of hard labor. Thanks to an immense international outcry and high-level diplomacy, both journalists were pardoned by North Korean leader Kim Jong Il and released home to their families. Read More »

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American Senators denying access to Americans

Well, how weird and also how rude. I was trying to email a congresswoman but she wont accept any emails unless they are from her constituents. … Read More»

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Quota: A Tool to Engender Politics?

For centuries, men have claimed their ascendancy over women in all spheres of public life. Politics, being an influential and powerful social institution, has not been spared. … Read More»

Spread the Word to Protect Cambodian Activist Mu Sochua

Cambodian member of parliament, women's rights advocate, and PulseWire member Mu Sochua is in imminent danger of arrest following unfounded accusations of defamation against Cambodia's prime minister. Read More »

Arrest Yourself for Aung San Suu Kyi

Women of the US Senate are raising their voices for Aung San Suu Kyi, activist and leader of the National League for Democracy in Burma, advocate of nonviolent resistance, and recipient of the 1991 Nobel Peace Prize. Read More »

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