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World Voice: Gender Inequality Amidst #Coronavirus

World Voice: Gender Inequality Amidst #Coronavirus

As we all try to wade through the chaos brought on by Coronavirus, it has also given way to other sentiments that are less than desirable: gender inequality. Since the outbreak of COVID-19 in China, there has been a large number of women who have been affected the...

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Social Distancing When We Are Socially Connected

COVID-19 has thrust so many from different countries to be on alert. Every day, the rules and regulations from different governments are changing, not just in the United States, but on a global level. When this virus made its presence known in December in Wuhan,...

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Social Distancing is Kindness: #FlattenTheCurve

Americans are known for our spirit of rugged individualism. We love to celebrate individual creativity, ingenuity, entrepreneurship, and volunteerism. It can be inspiring! Except when it comes to fighting a global pandemic. The United States is a few weeks behind...

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Discrimination Due To Menstruation

Discrimination Due To Menstruation

Universally, women and girls menstruate. The age may vary for every young girl, but the experience can be traumatic, sometimes even deadly. I recently came upon two news items that shocked and saddened me. The first story was of an 11-year-old girl from the UK who had...

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Travel: The Amazon Spheres

Travel: The Amazon Spheres

Seattle, Washington, USA We know that nature has a positive impact on our mental and physical well being, and I felt the effect immediately upon entering The Amazon Spheres. Surrounded by nearly 800 species of plants, the bustle of the urban, outside world, dropped...

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International Women’s Day

Photo Credit Elizabeth Atalay Every day at World Moms Network is International Women's Day. March 8th happens to be the day the rest of the world celebrates as well. We are incredibly grateful to all of the amazing women from more than 30 countries around the world...

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World Voice: Where Parenting Never Ends

World Voice: Where Parenting Never Ends

The mediocre teacher tells. A good teacher explains and a superior teacher demonstrates and a great teacher inspires. (A quote by Arthur Ward). “Mine was the one who inspired,” says Amudha Renganatha, founder of Canopo International. I have made it to the top now....

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INDIA: Robots, Go the Food Way

INDIA: Robots, Go the Food Way

India, basically an agrarian economy has made great strides in various fields and especially in the field of robotics. The robots have gradually entered into sectors such as defence services, agriculture, manufacturing industries and so on. The petite man-like...

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CANADA: Campaigning For Change

CANADA: Campaigning For Change

It seems that there is no place on earth that is immune to bigotry. Not even Canada, which has been regarded by many as one of the world’s last bastions of sanity. After a campaign that was eerily similar to the Trump-vs-Hillary battle, Ontario elected as its Premier...

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