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Political prisoners of Maldives

Come September 2018, Maldives will be holding its presidential elections.  Actions of the current government has drawn a lot of international and domestic criticism due to sentencing of politicians after sketchy court proceedings. The following is a list…
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This happens to me a lot and I believe millions of other people out there. I start a book or novel on a random basis, choosing it because of its title, synopsis, cover, author or some portion that catches my attention. Yet not far into the story, I get…
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Why do organizations seem to have a portfolio of failed projects?
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A Guide to Personal Freedom

This article reviews one of the simplest-thought-provoking books I have read this year. The book by Ruiz Miguel, The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom” draws about the traditions of ancient Toltec’s; a group of indigenous people of…
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What if we lived in a world where there were no prisons? Sure, this is difficult for most people to grasp, a community where criminals can be integrated to society and help them restore their self-esteem, repair relationships destroyed by their crimes,…
Is restorative justice enough?
Is restorative justice enough?
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The many methods of estimation and their differences and application
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Classifying projects based on work methodology and goal definition
Project classifications
Project classifications
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How willing are you to take risks and take on challenges? What impact does this have on the business model?
The risk appetite
The risk appetite
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Hijab; the veil or headscarf most commonly seen worn by Muslim women has been perceived by the mainstream world as an oppression of women’s identity or slavery of their freedom. However, looking a bit deep, this is not the case to many Muslim women.
Hijab; an icon of feminism
Hijab; an icon of feminism
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Gender identification and sexual orientations; or how we identify ourselves socially and individually are important parts in satisfying our souls and understanding where we belong. It’s natural that we all want clear definitions on how we should identify…
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