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PULIH- Promoting Recovery for Women Post Violence and Disaster

Indonesia is the 4th most populous country in the world, and yet very little information about the country is known in the international sphere. … Read More»

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The Price of Peace

One of my areas of human rights work has been in the area of violence/non-violence negotiations. … Read More»

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Beautiful live without violence

I met my old friend in one of coffee shop near my office a week ago. We had a nice chat and suddenly she told me about her physical abuse made by her ex husband. … Read More»

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Doing Business but Suffering in Silence

According to the World Health Organisation, gender-based violence is a major public health and human rights problem throughout the world. … Read More»

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On respect

Catalunya has voted against bullfights and, as of May, they will be illegal on one bit of Spanish soil. … Read More»

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Every Sex Worker a Human Rights Defender

The 17th December marks the International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers. … Read More»

Voices of Our Future

Evicting Demons: Who Will Exorcise My Land?

Voices of Our Future correspondent Nusrat Ara challenges Kashmir's leaders to find solutions to the demons that haunt her homeland. Read More »

"I wonder if my land can ever be exorcised of these injustices, killings, and demeaning humiliations."

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Kill Off That Violent Gene!

Though Sri Lanka's civil war is over, writer and Voices of Our Future correspondent Manori Wijesekera sees a long road ahead before her homeland is freed from its culture of violence. Read More »

“There is no longer any shame in hitting or beating a woman."

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Heart Breaking News.

There is violence inform of killings and not robbing of anything in Migori. Reports have been made with a lot of concern and pity. … Read More»

My Cry from the Islands of Blood

After losing two friends in the recent massacre, a Filipina leader speaks out for the future of her homeland. Read More »

“It is a constant struggle of uncertainty for those of us who are left behind, of choices between life and death.”

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