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Welsh Government campaign on rape and domestic abuse

September 14, 2011

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The Live Fear Free video aims to challenge the normalisation and acceptance of domestic abuse A campaign to tackle sexual violence and domestic abuse in relationships has been launched in Wales. The Live Fear Free campaign aims to challenge attitudes towards rape and abuse in the home, supported by a sexual violence video. Communities Minister […]

Welsh Government campaign on rape and domestic abuse

September 14, 2011

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The Live Fear Free video aims to challenge the normalisation and acceptance of domestic abuse A campaign to tackle sexual violence and domestic abuse in relationships has been launched in Wales. The Live Fear Free campaign aims to challenge attitudes towards rape and abuse in the home, supported by a sexual violence video. Communities Minister […]

Gaps between boys and girls in developing world widen as they get older – UN report

September 14, 2011

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13 September 2011 – A new report by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) highlights significant gaps in areas such as education and health, mostly favouring males, as boys and girls in developing countries grow older. “While there is little difference between boys and girls in early childhood with respect to nutrition, health, education and […]

Gaps between boys and girls in developing world widen as they get older – UN report

September 14, 2011

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13 September 2011 – A new report by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) highlights significant gaps in areas such as education and health, mostly favouring males, as boys and girls in developing countries grow older. “While there is little difference between boys and girls in early childhood with respect to nutrition, health, education and […]

UNICEF launches State of Our World: Adolescents, Beyond the Stereotypes Report

September 14, 2011

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http://vimeo.com/28966824 A video message on how stereotypes affect adolescents. The video is from the perspective of students from Brooklyn International High School in New York. By Rudina Vojvoda NEW YORK, 13 September 2011 – Last week UNICEF released the State of Our World: Adolescents, Beyond the Stereotypes, a publication compiling 100 stories and testimonies written […]

UNICEF launches State of Our World: Adolescents, Beyond the Stereotypes Report

September 14, 2011

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http://vimeo.com/28966824 A video message on how stereotypes affect adolescents. The video is from the perspective of students from Brooklyn International High School in New York. By Rudina Vojvoda NEW YORK, 13 September 2011 – Last week UNICEF released the State of Our World: Adolescents, Beyond the Stereotypes, a publication compiling 100 stories and testimonies written […]

Water Scarcity in Kashmir Affects Women’s Education, Health

September 14, 2011

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by M. Bukhari“If we had proper water system, we wouldn’t face such difficulties. Education of women suffers the most.”– Shareefa Bano, student  by Afsana Bhat 09/13/2011 BARAMULLA, KASHMIR, INDIA – Shamshada Bano, a young woman from Sopore, a town in Kashmir’s Baramulla district, says the day starts early for women here as they set out […]