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Towards Ending Gender-Based Violence

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Last night, I had the privilege of being a guest speaker along with my World Pulse editorial mentor Kabu on another World Pulse member Hideko's Global Eco Talk Show Online. … Read More»

Beings of Trifle Worth

She murmurs seductive propositions in the ears of unsuspecting targets, tantalizing their sensual fantasies. … Read More»

Food Adulteration and Climate Change

*This has been published by Dhaka Tribune on 7th September 2014. Publishing any part of this article anywhere else, without the explicit consent of the author, is strictly prohibited.* … Read More»

Open Letter of Solidarity

An edited version of this open letter has been published by Dhaka Tribune on the 22nd of September 2014. Dear girls and women allies of Palestine and Israel, … Read More»

The Broad Spectrum of Adoption

Previously, during the VOF training, I had advocated for adoption as a new approach to development and women's rights (you can read it here: http://worldpulse.com/node/77414). … Read More»

What does a female environmentalist from Bangladesh have to say?

"When you're saying that you're going to put up a dam [Tipaimukh Dam] on the Barak river, what you're saying is that you're going to make sure that Bangladesh dies a very slow and painful death." - No … Read More»

Is fair the IDEAL COMPLEXION?

“Beautiful are the beauties of Aten, the beautiful one has come” – this is what the name of a royal queen means when translated. The queen fulfilled her name. … Read More»

#bringbackourgirls

Education opens the mind to endless possibilities. Education makes you curious. Education makes you want to question everything, and that’s what extremists are scared of. … Read More»

My Editorial Mentor Speaks Out on Child Abuse

Here's the link to my first online radio show: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/sylviaglobalmedianetwork/2014/02/07/worldwi... … Read More»

Data Protection and Women

Data protection seems to be the central topic in most discussions pertaining to the Internet, especially after Julian Assange and Edward Snowden decided to publicize classified information that went o … Read More»

Not Afraid to Speak Up

“Brother, how much?” asked Shamayla,* pointing at the packet of biscuits she had purchased from the tea-stall owner who was standing about two feet away. … Read More»

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