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The number of countries with high levels of religious restrictions has inched upward.
Last night I had the pleasure to attend the ceremony at which Maggie MacDonnell was awarded the Global Teacher Prize, an
Congress recently passed a pair of laws aimed at encouraging women and girls to pursue careers in science and technology
As we commemorate International Women’s Day, let’s not forget that it is the mothers of tomorrow that have the power to break the cycle of poverty malnutrition and create a healthy generation.
Consider this: gender inequality is costing sub-Saharan Africa $95 billion annually in lost revenue. In a corporate setting
As the numbers of U.S. students studying abroad passed 313,000 annually, Europe remains a dominant and growing site of U.S
1) There is no problem in science that can be solved by a man that cannot be solved by a woman. "I live and work with three
Having power is to be empowered. Electricity--power, light, warmth--is a proxy for social justice. Segal Family Foundation
Barry Segal, the founder of Segal Family Foundation, always says you can't be "all over the lot." Or to borrow from this
Tumaini has been able to channel her empathy and understanding, using the confidence and leadership skills she gained through
Fiorella KJ, Camlin CS, Salmen CR, et al. Transactional fish-for-sex relationships amid declining fish access in Kenya. World
But clean water continues to be Cincotta's primary focus. Just two weeks ago, in fact, her group received a $100,000 grant
As the principal of the WISER campus in Muhuru Bay, Kenya, Dorcas oversees the education, health, and counseling of 120 girls
At 6:30pm on a weekday in Bujumbura, families gather around their radio to listen to their favorite serial program. It is