Kamala Budhathoki 'Sarup'

Trafficking in Women Threatens Women's Rights

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Published in http://www.worldpress.org, Scoop Media.

Trafficking in women have been a big source of income for criminal organizations. Also, some women are involved prostitution for survival. For this reason, alternative income generation programs are needed.
According to a report in Asmita women's magazine: "The movement to suppress trafficking in Women began in England in 1869 as a campaign against state regulation of prostitution."

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Poverty Alleviation In Nepal

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Published in worldpress.org.

Creating development means creating goods and services of greater value. So now we want to talk not about wealth creation, but about human rights and freedom.

If we study the history of development and poverty, we will find that Western farm surpluses are caused mostly by productivity improvements caused by advances in farm machinery and crop chemistry (fertilizers, pesticides, etc.).

For an example of how leaders can make all the difference in people's living conditions, there is no better example than Japan.

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Promote law against gun violence (domestic terrorism).

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(revised article) We need to promote socio/economic education and values that emphasizeour identification, then the gun violence will diminish, in the long run. We need to promote sufficient economic, judicial and political equality and freedom. Therefore, the results of reducing gun violence and extremism are that when people engage in production and art and education (employment) rather than gun violence then the killing and maiming are reduced and people are more satisfied with freedom.

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Violent groups and terrorism

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We know terrorists are targeting and killing small children. Children die by being "in the way" for the killing of adults by terrorists. From the news, it seems that lots of innocent people are in the way of the combatants or are deliberately targeted by violent groups. These include grown men and women as well as children, if they accompany parents. Like in Iraq or Afghanistan many children were targeted by terrorism, violence and war. Like when the violent groups kill children and innocent adults.

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Women's economic growth is an essential

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On the abolition of women's poverty, the 20th century was the bad ever. Then why think that women development efforts will make it any better in the 21st or 22nd century? From all the evidence, Anti poverty Theory, the Declaration of Human Rights, have done something to prevent women's poverty to this date. We can continue making declarations and manifestos, we can continue sending bills to the government or Parliament, so women's development effort will continue. Also, we can hope to think that establishing women's empowerment will accomplish something.

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Story of a Courageous Life

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Published in UPI Asia,Blog.

"Did you hear? your friends are married, the last night," informed my friend. When I heard this news, I felt happy.
I remembered how he told me last month, "I can be proud only if I get a chance to marry your friend." He spoke as he lit a cigarette, sitting on the balcony that evening. "You're in a big city. Will she save her youth for you there in her town, while you get old,?" I asked satirically.

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