Monthly Archives: March 2016

The Future Belongs to Educated Girls

This post is part of the blog series, “Her Goals: Our Future,” which highlights the connections between girls and women and the Sustainable Development Goals. It originally appeared on the UN Foundation Blog.    March marks five years since the conflict in Syria began, the worst humanitarian crisis since World War II. Half of the […]

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If These Syrian Kids’ Drawings Don’t Move You, What Will?

  This post originally appeared in the Global Post.   After World War II, we said never again. But today, five years after the conflict began, hundreds of thousands of Syrians — mostly women and children — are suffering in what some refer to as “death camps.” People are living in communities cut off from […]

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