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JaniceW's Journal

This Bread of Peace

Today, I heard from a dear friend and sister of PulseWire, Philo Ikonya, who has just released This Bread of Peace, a book of poetry and her … Read More»

Stigma of the disabled

The recent genocidal Khmer Rouge era resulted in the deaths of millions of Cambodians in the 1970s, while displacing many who ended up in refugee camps in Thailand. … Read More»

Transforming lives in Cambodia

Dr. … Read More»

Afghan Women Fear Loss of Modest Gains

Reprinted from the New York Times Published: July 30, 2010 By ALISSA J. RUBIN … Read More»

What do you have to give?

I came across a blog entry this weekend that stopped me in my tracks with its simple but wonderful idea. Rather than explain it, I am posting it here for you to read. … Read More»

Bruised Maid Dies at 12, and Pakistan Seethes

By SABRINA TAVERNISE Published: February 5, 2010 © Reprinted from New York Times … Read More»

How helping women helps business

Reprinted from McKinsey Quarterly … Read More»

Are you a U.S. university student with a yearning to see the best and worst of the world?

Are you (reasonably) unruffled if you’re dive-bombed by insects the size of small planes while bouncing over ruts toward an interview with a warlord? … Read More»

PulseWire Member's Testimony to US Senate on violence against women in DR Congo

On September 8, The Association of Media Women of South-Kivu (AFEM), the organization founded by PulseWire member Chouchou Namegabe, received death threats to its members, mentioning by name 3 women j … Read More»

Profile: Rebiya Kadeer, head of the World Uighur Congress

From BBC World: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/4357607.stm Rebiya Kadeer is the head of the World Uighur Congress, which represents the Uighur community in exile. … Read More»

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