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Youth Saves the Planet
What if I told you that  youth will save the planet ? Would you believe me? The Road to Paris 13 May 2018 witnessed the gathering of over 70 ESD youth leaders representing 300 other youth coming from 93 different countries of the world. The conference was i...
Youth Saves the Planet
Youth Saves the Planet
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How expensive is Sustainable Development?
What do you think would happen if you gather 41 youth from the Arab region if 1 place to discuss and find solutions to 17 different challenges in their region? The “Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) Leadership Training” is a project of the Global ...
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Tunisia 2018: Is the Revolution of Jasmin fading?
7 years after the Revolution, anti-austerity strikes are still taking over Tunisia’s streets. Under pressure from the International Monetary Fund, 2018 marks the Tunisian parliament’s approval of the 36 billion dinar ($14.55 billion) national budget that ai...
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Happy international Youth Day from Tunisia.
Another quite significant Youth Day for Tunisian young activists, mentors, students, youth workers, and leaders from all around the country. Dedicating this day to the driving force of change and of the continuous efforts to stabilize the democratic transit...
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From Tunisia, with Peace.
Tunisia, a 12-million people country situated both in the North part of Africa and in the memory of the whole world. Unfortunately, Tunisia’s name has been lately coined by international media as security threats, extremism, and ticking bombs. All of these ...
From Tunisia, with Peace.
From Tunisia, with Peace.
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Dr. Jamal Martin about Peace and Justice Studies in UNM
March 26th, 2015 was the Viola Cordova Memorial Symposium, “Our common ground,” hosted by Native American Studies. The panel had representatives from Native American Studies, Chicana/Chicano Studies, Africana Studies, Women Studies, Sustainability Studies, ...
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Western popular culture's portrayal of Arabs
Popular culture, especially mass media have played a crucial role in the portrayal of Arabs, since the horrible events of September 11, 2001. Post 9/11 across the United States there has been an emergence of a bold opposition and fear towards the Muslim com...
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DOWN WITH SELECTIVE MOURNING!
REMINDER:  While billions are celebrating Easter, there are some other human beings in Baghdad and Lahore who are living 24/7 bloody nightmares in their war-torn countries, are sick and tired of burying their beloved ones. Let’s remember that media’s select...
DOWN WITH SELECTIVE MOURNING!
DOWN WITH SELECTIVE MOURNING!
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Creating World Peace. Is it that hard?
-More than 1.5 billion people live in countries affected by fragility and conflict — a majority of which is under the age of 30. - 35%  of women worldwide have experienced either physical and/or sexual intimate partner violence or sexual violence by a non-p...
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Let's all pledge to raise awareness all racism and discriminatory practices against people of color in the world. Let's say no to racism.
Come see us on March 21st in Hotel le Majestic, Tunis, Tunisia to celebrate the International day against racism.
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