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Belarus Protests. Do they have a positive future?

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Belarus Protests. Do they have a positive future?
by Rene Wadlow

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Marriages and caste? I don’t support the caste system

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Marriages and caste? I don’t support the caste system

May 28, 2020 by Kamala Sarup Leave a Comment

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Growing up as a girl in rural India: What does it mean?

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Growing up as a girl in rural India: What does it mean?

Shobha Shukla – CNS

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America’s Prisons Are Outrageously Unjust

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America’s Prisons Are Outrageously Unjust
Even a cursory review of our prison system reveals the outrageous inhumanity to which hundreds of thousands of prisoners, especially young adults, are subjected to, many of whom are imprisoned for non-violent crimes, sometimes for life.

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Spontaneous Lines: The Art of Rita Blitt

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Spontaneous Lines: The Art of Rita Blitt

Sam Ben-Meir - August 18, 2020

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What is morally wrong with discrimination? A Kantian analysis

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What is morally wrong with discrimination?

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How Did We Get To This Dire State Of Affairs?

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How Did We Get To This Dire State Of Affairs?



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Gender stereotypes plaguing the pandemic response

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Gender stereotypes plaguing the pandemic response

Shobha Shukla – CNS

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Building a Definition of Development

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By Yossef Ben-Meir
Marrakech
The idea of development itself, its definition, and even the method we use for defining it, would be a good place to begin toward discovering its potential in our lives. We cannot rely on any single, or even ten, definitions. We need to look at the full range of literature that arose following the end of World War II, decolonization, and reconstruction from when international development spawned in our era. How has development been defined across the decades?
 

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