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A Confession
05. April 2020 at 20:03
by Apurva Mane
Ever felt like "why me always?" So, fresh year - fresh start? This is that kind of time. It can be, why not?

Some say every day, even every moment is a fresh start if you think. Someone I really adore thinks that it all starts in mind. I don't know about it though. Might be true, might not. I'm not sure why I'm not really excited about this new year new me shit. Maybe I'm too old to celebrate or maybe I'm feeling like it's just some other event. You know, there was a time when I used to look forward to this. But, what a terrible turn of events this year has brought. I got my articles published, I got closer to my family, I took the admission for PG which I never thought of doing, started studying hard and learned my responsibilities very hard way.. I wish I was at home this time with the ones I truly love. 

You know, all these years and especially this year, I bragged a lot about not having a hold on my life. I felt terr...

Afghans Lost Life Builder Nakamura
04. April 2020 at 19:10
by Abdullah Abed
Addressing community elders in a far-flung rock-strewn neighborhood in eastern Nangarhar province, Dr. Nakamura echoed message of peace: “Life is valued not weapon…” addresses were nodding.

“Life is Valued Not Weapon”

As an Afghan I’m writing this article with broken heart bearing the shame of what happened to a great soul who had left his dear family and loved ones behind in Japan to ease lives for desperate Afghans.

Dedicated Physician, Dr. Tetsue Nakamura, arrived in Afghanistan in 1980s when the country was under Soviet Union invasion and continued treating the wounds sustaining Afghans from post-Soviet Union invasion murderous civil war. Upon he learned about the wider dimensions of challenges taking tolls on Afghans’ lives, he shed his doctor coat started seeking fundamental ways for countering situation proportionately.

He was well aware of the severe drought a...

The Ethics and Politics of Climate Change
04. April 2020 at 19:04
by Francine Beatriz Pradez
Too often the discourse about rapid climate change and our collective goal for a better world is anchored on the scientific and technical aspect of the issue which often becomes an exclusive discourse that is accessible to only a select percent of the population. By analyzing how the advocacy of the climate movement affects society, the discourse becomes more inclusive and relevant to everyone.

The call for climate justice is an emerging social movement that had found its roots in various sectors of society particularly the marginalized by reframing climate change as a manifestation of liberal capitalism and aggressive politics, not just an environmental concern. Because of the futile struggle of contemporary environmentalism and the lack of political urgency to address climate change, the campaign for Climate Justice stands to be a proactive, dynamic, and inclusive solution to the problem at hand. It seeks to understand the intricacies of climate change in an ethical and political perspective primarily on how the mitigation of climate change is an equitable responsibility of the few and not an equal burden to be shared by many.

Within society, the dominant disco...

Me, myself but I (Borderline Personality Disorder)
04. April 2020 at 18:59
by Anujin Saruul
One day, you will be the most attractive person on earth. Everyone seems like looking at you, some of them get jealous in you. Some of them look afraid to talk to you. You are the queen and the king. And the other day, everyone seems like hating you. You feel like you are not enough pretty or not enough smart to them. Those feelings changed everyday. One moment, you are angry, one moment–you are calm. This is what people with BPD deals in life.

I do not know who I am. I am flesh, bone, skin and soul. I am scar, broken heart and room abundant of darkness. I am happiness, laugh and kindness. I am everything, but I am nothing. My inner side is part of the empty scream inside of limbo. I stuck here, I was born here, may die in here. When someone asks me if I am a good or bad man, I don’t know what I should answer. What, I, should, say. This is the split between me and me.

I am the human who loves, who cares and who requires too mu...

The Urgent Need for Environmental Education in Africa
04. April 2020 at 18:57
by Maulline Gragau
Following the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment in Stockholm in 1972, several African countries created National Environment Authorities to increase environmental awareness among the people.

In recent years, many of these countries have also established Ministries of Environment and National Resources. In countries like South Africa, Namibia, Kenya and even Zimbabwe, environmental management and practices have been incorporated into primary, secondary, university and college curricula. Notwithstanding these laudable efforts, environmental illiteracy is still widespread at grassroots, among industrial and business executives, economists, civil servants, policymakers and implementers. This state of affairs underscores the failure of environmental education to integrate the underlying socio-economic causes of environmental degradation and pollution. Lack of funding and sound evidence-based comprehensive environmental policies and laws coupled with poor enforcement machinery have further reduced the effectiveness of ...

The True Face Of Women Empowerment: Oprah Winfrey
12. February 2020 at 21:21
by Kunal Bansal Chandigarh
One of the most influential people in the world today is Oprah Winfrey. Throughout these years, she has taken every chance she could get to inspire and motivate people by setting an example with her powerful words. And things like this come only from experience.

Oprah has gone through a lot and has shared her story with the world a gazillion times in hopes to spread a message. No matter what life throws at you, everything works out at the end if you’re strong enough. Oprah triumphed over everything that is enough to keep a person down, poverty, violence, assault, and many other evils. A true example of inspiration, Oprah Winfrey is one of the pioneers of the women empowerment movement. Her actions and words never fail to impress and inspire people in the way she intends to. Winfrey’s generous nature is what defines her as a Philanthropist.

Keeping the spirit of the women empowerment movement high and going, here are some quotes by the true face of women empowerment: Oprah Winfrey:

“Doing the best at this moment puts you in t...

Rape/Pedophilia In Nigeria: The Way Out
11. February 2020 at 20:57
by Muhammad Gambari Aminah
It's about the consequences of being a gender casulity of rape. In the society where social Violence is allowed and permitted by the citizens which is not allowed in the world over. This article treats the ways how to be left of being a casulity of sexual harassment.

It's an abstruse or mischanced that happened mysteriously, to a gender that usually dig their soul into the hole of jaopardy, being a casuality of sexual harrassment. rather, or explained deep psychosocial heterogeneity. For rapists, rape is easy. And that must stop. Before I proceed, it's worthwhile the term 'Rape' be defined as: Rape definitions vary by state and in response to legislative advocacy. Most statutes currently defined rape as non-consensual oral, anal, or vaginal penetration of the victim by body parts or objects – using force, threats of bodily harm, or by taking advantage of a victim who is incapacitated or otherwise incapable of giving consent. Of course, it's unarguably if I choose to say rape is always through force. Furthermore, as it's stated, the term 'rape' as an unlawfully aga...

Things that you should not be doing as a leader
10. February 2020 at 09:58
by Kunal Bansal Chandigarh
Long before I was a traveler and blogger, I used to work for a local newspaper. Although I didn’t like my job, I was pretty good at what I did. Considering my performance and dedication, the company promoted me to a higher level as a Team Leader. I was told what my duties will be, however, was not informed how to handle the team. I was still able to do my work with the same enthusiasm and manage my team’s work at the same time.

Things kept going like this until one day a meeting of all the leaders took place. It was a kind of workshop on Leadership and Leadership Qualities. It helped me in learning a lot of things that I didn’t know before. We were told that a Leader must be professional, friendly, and at times, strict also. The Leadership Qualities that were told to us were:

  • Resilience
  • Confidence
  • Delegation
  • Empathy
  • Humility
  • Communication
  • Influence
  • Vision
  • Accountability
  • Positivity
  • Integrity

While these are good qualities ...

Some Motivational Quotes By Taylor Swift
10. February 2020 at 09:55
by Kunal Bansal Chandigarh
The artist of the year and the decade is an amazing singer and has an inspirational personality… here are some quotes by Taylor Swift that will motivate you.

Taylor Swift has recently been awarded ‘Artist of the decade’ and ‘Artist of the year’ at the AMAs (American Music Awards) 2019. This year, she broke even the ‘King Of Pop’ Micheal Jackson’s record of holding the most number of awards. It was her 25th win and she made history with it. Since her arrival, Taylor Swift has been giving hits after hits and she never fails to impress her fans.

With hits like ‘Blank Space’, ‘Bad Blood’, and ‘Shake It Off’, Taylor Swift has proven that she is definitely one of the best artists in history. Apart from all this, her career is far from over. She has always shown what an inspirational person she is with the things she says and does. One of the key members of the women empowerment movement, Taylor Swift is surely a woman we can all get to learn a lot from.

The Struggle To Guilty A Powerful Man Against a Weak Woman In a Corrupt World
08. February 2020 at 19:21
by Muhammad Bilal Tahir
This article explains to aspects of structural violence in many societies. The first one is "Structural Violence Against Women" and the second one is about "Structural Violence Against Weak People by the Wealthy Ones"

The Garden of Burning Sand was second of Addison’s best international sellers on human rights issue and modern days slavery. The book talks about a low syndrome girl who was raped by an elite class man. Her case was investigated by an American human rights lawyer and a local policeman. This paper will analyze two aspects of structural violence that existed in Zambian society. It will talk about the violence of rape against young women and the elite mafia who are hard to be proven wrong in Zambian society. 

A little girl with low syndrome was walking down the street in the dark when a man, in an SUV, offered her a candy. With the candy, the little girl lost her conscious and was taken by the man to be raped. (p 5) In many African countries, the rape of young girls isn’t an unknown thing, n...

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