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Why I Supported Military Intervention in Syria

In a world rife with violence it is always good to hear those who vociferously denounce war. I am also against war, especially when it comes to Syria, and have been so for the past two years. … Read More»

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Nepal: Civil War Victims Protest Blanket Amnesty for Human Rights Violators

by Chin Cabrido -Nepal- Published in the International Women's Perspective http://thewip.net/contributors/2013/09/nepal_civil_war_victims_protes.html … Read More»

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The Uncivil Civil War

Tonight is the first time I actually gave credence to the battlefields once bloodied across America. … Read More»

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Understand and Tolerate: One People

If a man be gracious and courteous to strangers, it shows he is a citizen of the world. Francis Bacon (1561 - 1626) … Read More»

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Women: Pillars of Strength during Liberia's War

While women are often viewed and tagged as "the weaker sex", I dare say that this label is totally erroneous. … Read More»

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Nobel Peace Prize split between three women

"We cannot achieve democracy and lasting peace in the world unless women achieve the same opportunities as men to influence developements at all levels of society." … 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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Football tournament after twenty-three years… A remarkable day for Somali people!

On Wednesday, 15 December 2010 hundreds of spectators were taking their seats in the Mire Awale Stadium (in Garowe, the capital city of Puntland, Somalia) to witness the launching ceremony of the Soma … Read More»

Visionary Leaders

Why I Run

With one step, Lisa Shannon ignited a global movement to end violence in the Congo. Read More »

"I discovered I could use my own body to fight for women whose bodies have become emblems of war."

Lisa Shannon

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Fumbling through the nightmare

Sometimes something goes wrong along the way … because it’s destiny’s way of showing us where we are going … … Read More»

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