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We are a unique learning community for young people interested in expanding their horizons.
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Individuals can make a difference. That was the message that Sean Maguire, who works to promote girls' rights, had for students in a News-Decoder webinar.

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Immigration, Syria, climate change, fake news, human rights. News-Decoder has examined each of these issues in webinars, linking experts with students.

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How could France elect a centrist president and shun populism after Brexit and Trump? Circumstances were unique, but youth must not abandon political hope.

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News-Decoder is a not-for-profit that survives thanks to the generosity of its supporters. If you have not donated already, please consider signing up to pay a modest monthly subscription to ensure our future.

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The presidential candidacy of an outspoken populist in Brazil is a sign that Latin America's biggest nation is still struggling with corruption and poverty.

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Japan's Okinawa is rediscovering its roots. But the renaissance doesn't ignore foreign influences, and in the kitchen, there's a revival of hybrid cuisine.

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Two readers posted perfect scores in our latest quiz, and the average grade spiked as followers displayed impressive knowledge of wide-ranging events.

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A proposal to scrap world track and field records set before 2005 has divided the athletics community and exposed the sport's vexing doping problem.

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France has rejected fear-based politics in its presidential election. But the fight does not stop with the election of Emmanuel Macron. Danger still lurks.
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