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  • September 1, 2017

    Citizen journalism is broken and this startup has a plan to fix it

    From Ebola to slavery, London-based On Our Radar is helping unconnected communities find a voice on the global stage.

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  • August 25, 2017

    Greater Women’s Business Council and The Blessing Basket Project on Atlanta & Company

    Theresa Carrington, founder of The Blessing Basket Project was a keynote speaker for the Greater Women’s Business Council at their 2017 Power of Partnering Marketplace conference. She was interviewed afterwards by Atlanta & Company on 11Alive. Watch the interview online.

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  • May 31, 2017

    Alice Barbe : « Pour les réfugiés, nous créons de manière artificielle des amitiés qui deviennent essentielles »

    Alice Barbe, 29 ans, a cofondé le mouvement Singa, qui vise à faciliter l’accueil des réfugiés via la rencontre, l’entreprenariat et les outils numériques.

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  • May 3, 2017

    Students from Pak find friends for life

    Milling around Haldiram’s in Connaught Place, they look like a normal gaggle of Delhiites out to have some fun. But they actually aren’t. They are, in fact, students from Lahore, now in India on an exchange visit with their teachers.

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  • May 3, 2017

    For 50 Pakistani students, a ticket to India

    Almost 50 students from various schools in Pakistan crossed over to India via the Wagah Border to take part in the fourth edition of ‘Student Exchange for Change Programme’ in an attempt to foster peace and harmony. The students visited the Golden Temple in Amritsar on Monday afternoon, and arrived in Delhi in the evening.

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  • April 25, 2017

    Can technology really keep people safe from crime on public transport?

    Milling around Haldiram’s in Connaught Place, they look like a normal gaggle of Delhiites out to have some fun. But they actually aren’t. They are, in fact, students from Lahore, now in India on an exchange visit with their teachers.

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  • April 16, 2017

    Berliners get an appetite for refugees’ cuisine

    Restaurant and cooking groups whose food is served by refugees are part of projects in Berlin using meals to build bridges between Berliners and recent immigrants.

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  • March 9, 2017

    The unspoken question on Women’s Day in Washington: What might have been

    In India, ElsaMarie D’Silva responded to the brutal gang-rape and murder of a New Delhi student by pioneering a technology platform called “Safecity,” which allows women to anonymously report harassment and assaults. The crowd-sourced maps help police and women and have spread to 50 cities in India, Kenya, Cameroon, and Nepal.

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  • March 8, 2017

    International Women’s Day: Using technology to help prevent sexual harassment against women

    Technology has advanced by leaps and bounds, and there are ways to use this development for a good cause. Artificial Intelligence is making our lives easier by understanding our needs and a leading bot platform, Gupshup, along with Safecity has launched a chatbot on Facebook Messenger with the goal of helping women report sexual harassment […]

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  • January 20, 2017

    The Scoop 118 with Wanjala Wafula

    Wanjala Wafula is the Founder and Executive Director of the Coexist Initiative, a multi-global award winning Kenyan NGO working across Kenya and the entire East Africa region as well as parts of Southern Africa. The organization promotes gender transformation, human rights and social justice by targeting and working with men, boys and communities.

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