United Nations

  • Striving for progress in the shadow of a civil war

    The conflict Sierra Leone’s civil war was a long and brutal affair.  In addition to rebels and military combatants, over 50,000 civilians died between 1991 and 2002, and numerous others were maimed and abused.  Formed out of discontent following the country’s independence in 1961, the rebel group Revolutionary United...
  • #LifeInLeggings: Caribbean women reclaim power

    Gender-Based Violence (GBV) and sexual harassment are issues of increasing importance in Caribbean society, where women are hyper-sexualised and masculinity is often demonstrated in the ability to exert power over women. However, Caribbean women have been rising up against GBV by using social media as a tool. A great...
  • A Playlist for the International Day of Happiness

    The International Day of Happiness, celebrated on March 20th, was established by United Nations General Assembly in 2012, with a resolution adopted by all 193 member states that, recognizing the pursuit of happiness as a fundamental human goal, aims to give happiness a greater priority. Every year, on this day, many...
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