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Changing perceptions in Tanzania

During an MCC-supported village workshop in Chitare, Tanzania, Sister Martha Mganga, founder of MCC partner Albino Peacemakers, leads a discussion time. In front with her is Ismaimaili Maila.

Sir Fazle talking to villagers (Image: BRAC/Shehzad Noorani)   World Food Prize Winner

Global prize for anti-poverty leader

Sir Fazle talking to villagers (Image: BRAC/Shehzad Noorani) World Food Prize Winner

Visual themed blog post, purely with pictures. On North Korea

I visited North Korea for 16 days in 2014 - here are 100 photos I took inside all corners of this secretive communist nation.

Norway Will Divest From Coal in Push Against Climate Change - The New York Times

Norway Will Divest From Coal in Push Against Climate Change

Five Studies: How Behavioral Science Can Help in International Development  A New World Bank unit will incorporate behavioral science into third-world financing and public health.

Five Studies: How Behavioral Science Can Help in International Development: A New World Bank unit will incorporate behavioral science into third-world financing and public health.

Un elemento que parece común a todo Pakistán es la diferente actitud que tienen las personas ante la educación de mujeres y hombres. El sistema patriarcal imperante en las cuatro provincias y las regiones tribales administradas federalmente hace que la sociedad no vea a las mujeres personas capaces de sustentar a sus familias ,y, en consecuencia, carecen de estatus y valor social. De ahí que de forma tradicional siempre se de mas educación a los hijos que a las hijas.

Displaced Pakistani students chant a song with their teacher, not pictured, during school in a poor neighborhood on the outskirts of Islamabad, Pakistan,

Perspectives of peacebuilders, shedding light on how peace can be achieved in communities, societies and nations, were featured at a plenary session of the 10th assembly of the World Council of Churches (WCC). The Nov. 7 plenary focusing on the theme of “God of life, lead us to justice and peace,” included Nobel Peace Laureate Leymah Gbowee, a graduate of Eastern Mennonite University, and Korean theologian Chang Yoon ... more in the article

Perspectives of peacebuilders, shedding light on how peace can be achieved in communities, societies and nations, were featured at a plenary session of the assembly of the World Council of Churches (WCC). The Nov.

Ways to help refugees

5 practical ways you can help refugees, starting today

Certain people in America could learn a lesson about humanity from these folks. 'Refugees Welcome': As EU Slams Door on War Survivors, People Show Another Way

Damaged school in Gaza

Malala Yousafzai Donates Prize Money to UNRWA to Help Rebuild a Damaged School in Gaza

These Dancing Skeletons Want To Change The World

These Dancing Skeletons Want To Change The World

Diversity & Inclusion – Love Has No Labels Skeletons Hug, Kiss, And Dance Before A Crowd.

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