Human Rights

Nestle, Mars Vow To Clean Up Pet Food Supply Chain

The move by the world’s two largest pet food companies puts pressure on suppliers to end labour abuses.Swiss food giant Nestlé SA and US candy and pet food com...

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Caught In The Crossfire

The wanton killings never seem to stop. A bomb attack recently on refugees inside their own homeland in Syria led to the ghastly deaths of 68 children in Aleppo. There were...

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Nobel Laureate Kailash Satyarthi Presses For Enforcement Of Juvenile Justice Act

Nobel Peace Prize winner and child rights activist Kailash Satyarthi has said that there is a very strong provision under Juvenile Justice Act in the country to stop childr...

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Why I Don't Like Going To Bars As A Disabled Person?

From inaccessible bathrooms to weird looks, drinking with your friends at a pub isn't such a piece of cake. Since I started this column six months ago, I've written on sex ...

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All Your Favourite Cartoon Characters Are Black

Bugs Bunny, black. Scrappy Doo, black. Elmo, definitely black. An internet friend and I share a deep interest in a specific type of internet culture. Our correspondence is ...

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Here Are 12 African Game Changers You Need To Know

Who is changing the game in Africa? That’s the question NewAfricanWoman magazine put to the public as they prepared to host the New African Woman Awards 2017 – ...

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In The Line Of Fire

In November of 2016, filmmaker and journalist Aaron Ohlmann teamed up with therapist (and backup cameraman) Adam Kaplan to document the effects of ongoing war in Iraq on th...

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London Residents Overlooked By Tate Modern Extension Suing Gallery For Breach Of Human Rights

Residents in a block of multi-million pound flats overlooked by a Tate Modern viewing platform are suing the gallery, arguing that their human rights are being breached by ...

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Alcohol Ban Succeeds As Women Warn, 'Behave Or We'll Get Tough'

India — Dozens of women brandishing brooms swooped down on a straw house in this village on a recent Saturday, sending the owner fleeing through a rice field as they ...

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The Feminist Side Of Sweatshops

Compared to the post-industrial prosperity Americans enjoy today, “sweatshops” seem inhuman. But there is another side to the story. Strange as it sounds, there...

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August 22 2017

SIXTH SENSE? That’s Childs play.

When we think of human senses we think of eyesight, hearing, taste, touch, and smell....

August 22 2017

Mosquito Maladies

The days when malaria could be called a fatal disease are past now, but we still have...

August 22 2017