Nutrition For Growth Summit: Ending Malnutrition Or Neo-Colonialism?

Think Africa Press   
July 12th, 2013

Nutrition For Growth Summit: Ending Malnutrition Or Neo-Colonialism?

Malnutrition is one of the biggest problems facing the developed nations of the world. Some nations on the African continent, however, are taking action against this epidemic through a Nutrition for Growth Summit in order to find solutions to this problem.

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Two Portraits Of Post-Revolutionary Life In Iran

Your Middle East   
May 21st, 2013

Two Portraits Of Post-Revolutionary Life In Iran

Maryam Ansari offers insight on emerging literary depictions of life in post-revolutionary Iran, and how well they align with reality.

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Stalemate In Western Sahara Frustrates Organizers

WAGING NONVIOLENCE   
April 25th, 2013

Stalemate In Western Sahara Frustrates Organizers

Human rights violations have run rampant during the conflict between Algeria and Morocco, and policy intervention has done little to assuage the issue. As a result, civil society groups have organized, but face challenges in making their voices heard at the governmental level.

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Colombian Coast Mobilizes To Demand Rights For Holistic Reparations

WAGING NONVIOLENCE   
April 8th, 2013

Colombian Coast Mobilizes To Demand Rights For Holistic Reparations

Leaders from Colombia’s Montes de Maria region are organizing to bring attention to the injustices that occurred during the battles between the state, guerrilla groups, and paramilitaries in the 1990s and early 2000s that devastated the country and left many communities torn apart.

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Women And Men As Partners: Building Relationships To Combat Gender-Based Violence

Karuna Center for Peacebuilding   
March 25th, 2013

Women And Men As Partners: Building Relationships To Combat Gender-Based Violence

Using an innovative partnership model which emphasizes men and women as equal partners, the Karuna Center for Peacebuilding and Men’s Resources International are addressing the perpetuation of violence in the family and community in the African Great Lakes Region.

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Ready For More Interventions In Africa? Obama Is

Waging Nonviolence   
July 8th, 2013

Ready For More Interventions In Africa? Obama Is

With foreign nations rapidly growing and regimes changing constantly, it is obvious that the current administration’s top foreign policy officials will be instrumental more than ever in tackling the world’s issues. The new appointments point towards a foreign policy shift of interventionism in dealing with the international community’s obstacles.

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Advocates Begin To Tackle India’s Child Rape Problem

CSMonitor   
May 20th, 2013

Advocates Begin To Tackle India’s Child Rape Problem

Sexual violence is not a new problem in India, but the awareness and social movement surrounding it is a recent development. The December attack that left a young woman dead outraged the public, and political classes are now responding.

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Anti-Drone Movement Takes Flight

WAGING NONVIOLENCE   
April 18th, 2013

Anti-Drone Movement Takes Flight

Anti-drone activists have just launched their largest campaign yet, “April Days of Action” to protest drone surveillance and warfare. Dozens of coordinated protests across cities in the US are taking place this month to address the implications of such technology.

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Women Take The Stage Against Taliban

IPS   
April 7th, 2013

Women Take The Stage Against Taliban

Women in the northern provinces of Pakistan are not allowing the Taliban’s ban on theatre to stop them from creating and participating in productions.

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Jordan Struggles To Help Syrian Refugees

VoiceofAmerica   
February 28th, 2013

Jordan Struggles To Help Syrian Refugees

The conflict in Syria has forced refugees into Jordan, which is giving shelter to more than 400,000 Syrians. Although the influx of refugees continues, the Jordanian government, with the help of the international community, is trying to cope in whatever ways it can to provide refugees with some form of stability.

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