All posts tagged international

Update: ‘Women Won’ Justice After Terrain Hotel Attack

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The ‘Hypocrisy’ Still Hurts After UN Staffer’s Assault

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Our Ongoing Coverage of #MeToo Among Aid Workers

In the past few months, we have been investigating sexual abuse and assault among humanitarian aid workers. Here is a roundup the stories we’ve been producing with The Nonprofit Quarterly and PRI’s The World. Read more…

In Migrant Crisis, When Are Smugglers ‘Saviors’?

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Worked Up About Trump? Make Time for Art & Music

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Global Health Volunteering: Billions of Dollars, Few Rules

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NPR Reporter Exposes Charity’s Failings

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Doctors Without Borders Explains Decision to Pull Out of World Humanitarian Summit

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Why Students Like Malia Obama Should Go Abroad for Gap Year

This week, the White House announced that President Obama’s daughter Malia will take a gap year before attending Harvard University, where both her parents went to law school.

Tiny Spark discussed the merits of postponing college with Abby Falik, founder of Global Citizen Year. Read more…

How Much Good Does Your Country Do?

You’ve probably seen countries ranked by wealth, corruption and even happiness. But independent policy advisor Simon Anholt proposes a different yardstick: how much good a country does for humanity and the planet. Read more…