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Governments must support right to privacy at UN General Assembly

10 November 2014
(Mallory Knodel for APCNews)

APC and Privacy International along with a global coalition of organisations dedicated to promot

To Eradicate HIV by 2030, We Must Invest in Health Workers

In September, UNAIDS announced its plan to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030, using its new fast-track strategy.The st

The Empathy Debate

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HRH Global Resource Center November Update

This monthly update from the HRH Global Resource Center provides information on the latest resources, improvements, and news from this digital library devoted to human resources for health (HRH).
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Who do you think you are?

The first two and half years that I lived in San Salvador, back in the early ‘90s, I didn’t work. I spent my time adapting, perfecting my Spanish, and learning from my mother-in-law how to cook, wash clothes, and take care of a house and family the Salvadoran Barrio way.

Fostering a digitally inclusive aging society in China: the potential of public libraries

China faces policy challenges related to the well-being of its ageing population. What distinguishes it is that rapid population ageing is occurring at a significantly lower income level than in comparable countries. Further, the country's one child policy has resulted in a limited caregiver base.

Sasha Costanza Chock on Immigrant Rights and Transmedia Organizing

Today’s Comparative Media Studies colloquium features one of our own, Assistant Professor of Civic Media, Sasha Costanza-Chock. His new book, “Out of the Shadows, Into the Streets!” explores the world of transmedia organizing and the immigrant rights movement.

"A World That Counts": UN Secretary-General's Expert Advisory Group on Data Revolution report

Global Pulse
6 November 2014 (NEW YORK) – The Secre

“The South to South Lab is about change and the betterment of our world.”

On Wednesday, 29 October, which also happened to be the International Internet Day, Making All Voices Count opened the South to South Lab in Nairobi.

Using Community-led Initiatives to Fight Ebola in Liberia

Sam became infected with Ebola, received treatment, was diagnosed Ebola-free, and returned to his community, Waterside, in the township of Virginia in Montserrado County, Liberia.

Resilient Faculty Seek Higher Ed Reform in Iraqi Kurdistan

Over 75 faculty from 10 universities in Iraqi Kurdistan crowded into a hall in Erbil waiting for workshop sessions to begin, many of whom had traveled hours to participate.
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