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Thinking global, living local: Voices in a globalized world
Thinking global, living local: Voices in a globalized world

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What Malala’s Nobel Peace Prize Means for Pakistan and the World.

"Malala inspired people across the world. Now we must work together to set what this award symbolises into action to promote education, children’s rights, and peace across the world." (Our blogger Usama Khilji from Pakistan).

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Many technological innovations are designed to make life easier. And in our new GLOBAL ISSUE - which was produced in cooperation with the empowering people. Network - we present you some outstanding innovative projects, that have created positive change.

Innovations As Solutions: Better Life By New Technologies: http://goo.gl/z4vQUx
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In this interview for the Bertelsmann Transformation Index | BTI our blogger Chioma Chuka is talking about the political situation in Nigeria: 

"At This Time, There is No Alternative to Goodluck Jonathan”.

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Our NGO "Irrepressible Voices" (which is running futurechallenges.org) is searching a software #developer as a support for our second platform: IrrepressibleVoices.org !

Are you interested in human rights issues and you have decent knowledge of current web technologies and #PHP programming? We'd be happy to get to know YOU.

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We're so proud to have brave people like +Sopheap Chak in our blogger network who fight for human rights in their countries!

She has even been honoured by Barack Obama for her outstanding work as a human rights activist in Cambodia.

If you want to read some of her articles on Future Challenges just click here: https://futurechallenges.org/local/author/chak-sopheap/

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Political slogans against Muslims are common place all over Europe.

But not in Hungary. Here's why (and the reason is not a pleasant one).

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Has climate change become one of the root causes of all the economic problems that many developing countries like Pakistan are confronted with?

Yes indeed, says our Pakistani blogger Syed Aown Shahzad.

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A lot has been written about the unemployment rates in Spain as a result of the financial crisis. But how could it come about that the Spanish economy has been damaged to such an extent?

Is Spain witnessing the countdown to an inequality time bomb?

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While owning land doesn’t necessarily empower a woman, it definitely settles many of her worries and reduces her dependency on a male figure in a patriarchal society like Pakistan.
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