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UK Working Group on NCDs
Chatham House Global Health - Twitter (10/21/2019)


D-8 Health and Social Protection Secretariat
Chatham House Global Health - Twitter (10/21/2019)


Ngozi
Chatham House Global Health - Twitter (10/19/2019)


Rob Verrecchia
Chatham House Global Health - Twitter (10/18/2019)


Jill Latchana
Brookings Education - Twitter (10/15/2019)


Clive Mason
Chatham House Global Health - Twitter (10/15/2019)


dušan jasovský
Chatham House Global Health - Twitter (10/15/2019)


The 74
Brookings Education - Twitter (10/14/2019)


Voices of Danish Youth Signal a New Danish Consensus on Islam
Voices of Danish Youth Signal a New Danish Consensus on Islam

Research findings of how Denmark’s state policies on religion and immigration have affected young adults.  By Sophie Zinn. (06/18/2019)

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Black: Its importance and its legacy
Black: Its importance and its legacy

The issue of race in Latin America.  By Yoneko Shiraishi. (02/15/2019)

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Small States Navigating the Complex World: Costa Rica’s Success Story
Small States Navigating the Complex World: Costa Rica’s Success Story

Costa Rica's advancements prove that small states can be important players in international politics. By Huan-Cheng (Thomas) Liu. (01/17/2019)

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Breaking Bad: The Dangers of the Shipbreaking Industry
Breaking Bad: The Dangers of the Shipbreaking Industry

The effects of shipbreaking on environments and populations. By Catie Brown. (01/16/2019)

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Lettre à un Ami Canadien
Lettre à un Ami Canadien

To Canadians, let's talk about multi-culturalism.  By Dr. Bruce Mabley. (12/15/2018)

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A Small-Town Contest in India Highlights the Need for Infrastructure Investment
A Small-Town Contest in India Highlights the Need for Infrastructure Investment

Examning sanitation and water improvement in developing countries.. By Anuradha Kataria. (12/15/2018)

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Making Basic Education Physically Accessible in ‘Education Ostracized Communities’
Making Basic Education Physically Accessible in ‘Education Ostracized Communities’

This paper examines the IBIS- Ghana a name in a symbolic reference to an Ibis bird Project efforts toward making basic education physically accessible in order to provide the empirical evidence req... Read More...



From Vicious Cycle to the American Dream: Sect 201 of the American Housing and Economic Mobility Act
From Vicious Cycle to the American Dream: Sect 201 of the American Housing and Economic Mobility Act

Section 201 of the American Housing and Economic Mobility Act of 2018 is an important and necessary step forward. By April Xiaoyi Xu. (11/26/2018)

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Right to Childlessness
Right to Childlessness

There should be a protected right for woment to not have children. By Dr. Cornelia Beyer. (10/21/2018)

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Progress and Pitfalls in the Fight against Global Poverty
Progress and Pitfalls in the Fight against Global Poverty

Analysis of major global poverty trends and their implications to help us advance the goal of poverty eradication. By M Viren. 10/17/2018

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Refugee Crisis on Jeju Island Reveals the Pride and Prejudice of South Korea’s Ecstatic Populism
Refugee Crisis on Jeju Island Reveals the Pride and Prejudice of South Korea’s Ecstatic Populism

Xenophobia reveals itself from the Sourth Korean refugee issue on Jeju Island. By Won Min(Mark) Seo. (08/02/2018)

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Trafficking in Human Beings: How Companies Can Make a Difference
Trafficking in Human Beings: How Companies Can Make a Difference

The need for companies to assist in combating human trafficking.  By Carlos López-Veraza Pérez. (07/24/2018)

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Overheating the Humanitarian Law in contemporary international relations
Overheating the Humanitarian Law in contemporary international relations

Refugee Status – a political challenge and legal limbo. By Dr. Nafees Ahmad. (07/01/2018)

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Kosovo Ghost Court Delays Justice to Victims and Their Families
Kosovo Ghost Court Delays Justice to Victims and Their Families

Tragedy and inaction follows war crimes court, Specialist Chamber and Specialist Prosecutor’s Office, in prosecuting members of the KLA. By Judge Dean B. Pineles. (04/26/2018)

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Policy Paper: Towards a Global Health without Canada?
Policy Paper: Towards a Global Health without Canada?

This paper examines what it means for the Canadian government to pay little attention to global health and it formulates a set of four recommendations that, if implemented, will allow Canada to con... Read More...



Documentaries for Peace
Documentaries for Peace

Documentary films can provide another avenue for peace and global understanding. By Dr. Cornelia Beyer.  (01/10/2018)

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Position Paper on Rohingya Refugee Crisis
Position Paper on Rohingya Refugee Crisis

ASEAN should take more responsibility in settling the issue of Rohingya Refugee Crisis. By Adritho Zaifar. (01/08/2018)

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The US Department of State’s Trafficking In Persons Report
The US Department of State’s Trafficking In Persons Report

Analysis of the TIP Report of 2017 by the US Department of State. By Ingrid Stephanie Noriega. (12/29/2017)

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Reflections Upon Iraqi Refugees’ Identity (Book review)
Reflections Upon Iraqi Refugees’ Identity (Book review)

Book review of Madeline Campbell’s nonfiction book, Interpreters of Occupation: Gender and the Politics of Belonging in an Iraqi Refugee Network. By Ingrid Noriega. (12/26/... Read More...



After Morales: The Case for Indigenous Rights in Bolivia
After Morales: The Case for Indigenous Rights in Bolivia

Examination of indigenous peoples' human rights in the post-Evo Morales era. By Ingrid Noriega. (08/21/2017)

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