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Kristin Davis Writes About What Visiting Refugee Camps Has Taught Her

Kristin Davis has written a post on The Huffington Post about what travelling to refugee camps with the UNHCR has taught her. “Every trip I have made to visit UNHCR r...

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Nodes Of Exploitation And Discontent: Economy In Fallout

Coming from a limited understanding of economics it is difficult for me to comment on the social economic landscape that dominates international markets and the intricate f...

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The Portrayal Of Violence Against Women In Indian Cinema

It has become something of a cliché to claim that the 1950s was the golden age of Indian cinema, and that during the 1950s, we had more women-centric films than at o...

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The Subdued Whispers Of Posterity In Fallout

The world stood still as J. Robert Oppenheimer, the father of the atomic bomb quoted from a passage of the Bhagvad Geeta where Krishna reveals himself to Arjuna “I ha...

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Laura Dern Raises Awareness Of Lung Cancer At Academy Awards

The American Lung Association’s LUNG FORCE initiative congratulates Academy Award nominee Laura Dern for her acclaimed performance in the movie adaption of Cheryl Str...

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Tackling Maternal, Infant Mortality Through Increased Ambulance Service

Nigeria’s maternal and infant mortality has remained one of the highest in the world and a source of concern to many people. WINIFRED OGBEBO examines the issue and th...

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UN Concerned Over Health Care for Below Poverty Line Families in India

A top United Nations official today expressed concerns over the health care of families who fall below the poverty line in India. “Universal Health Coverage (UHC) is ...

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Equality for Women and Sustainable Development Go Hand in Hand

Half of the world’s farmers are women, but women only own about one percent of the world’s land. Similarly, women make up nearly 50 percent of the global fisher...

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