A local team in Bangladesh takes on a key role in emergencies: standing up for women’s rights.
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In rural Sulawesi, Indonesia, women’s leadership usually takes place behind the scenes, but in the aftermath of an earthquake and a flood, three local women stepped onto center stage.
Missouri Western State University student and Oxfam CHANGE leader Andrea Gordon on what the next US president must know about why she's up at 4:06 in the morning.
Homes and schools are vulnerable to a discriminatory policy, increasing poverty and decreasing the likelihood of a just and long-term solution to conflict.
We are deeply sad to report that two of our colleagues were killed today in an attack at 2 p.m. local time in Dar’a governorate in Southern Syria, between Nawa and Al-Yadudah.
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