Sudan's transitional authorities have agreed to surrender all those wanted in connection with the Darfur conflict.
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
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Consider this: gender inequality is costing sub-Saharan Africa $95 billion annually in lost revenue. In a corporate setting
Negotiating both the perception and reality of risk has become a full time job for many advocates of study abroad in Africa
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We Share Solar and Kakenya Center for Excellence worked together this past August to install ten Solar Suitcases in three
To feel powerless in the face of need is to ignore that need is only a signal of an opportunity to innovate. So, take a step