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Building resilience is critical

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Building resilience is critical to minimise the impact of humanitarian crises

Shobha Shukla – CNS

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Five Ways The Marketing World Will Change Post-COVID 19

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#TheFedFive Ways The Marketing World Will Change Post-COVID 19

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The American Struggle: Jacob Lawrence at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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The American Struggle: Jacob Lawrence at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Sam Ben-Meir - October 15, 2020

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A Phantom Republic Takes Center Stage

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Nagorno-Karabakh: A Phantom Republic Takes Center Stage

 12 Oct 2020

René Wadlow – 

From bitter searching of the heart
Quickened with passion and with pain
We rise to play a greater part.
This is the faith from which we start
Men shall know commonwealth again
From bitter searching of the heart.
— Frank Scott (1899-1985)

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Reducing poverty results in less dangerous

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Among many factors the poor status of the development activities are also more responsible for the whole cause. From century  people's economic system remain unchanged. Poor political system, and poor programs are equally responsible. literacy rate is still low, infant mortality rate is still high.  Other serious problem are seen in the policy area, such as in school curriculum development, and quality of education.

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Material Ecology: Neri Oxman at the Museum of Modern Art

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Material Ecology: Neri Oxman at the Museum of Modern Art

Sam Ben-Meir - October 6, 2020

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A panacea for population ageing and gender

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Lifecycle approach: A panacea for population ageing and gender equality

Shobha Shukla – CNS

The world celebrated International Day of Older Persons on 1st of October. Sri Lanka also celebrates its Children's Day on the same day. What a beautiful coincidence, even though perhaps purely by chance (and not by design). Indeed, this celebration of the young and old age alike is a symbolic representation of the lifecycle approach and intergenerational engagement that is crucial for addressing some of the challenges of population ageing or longevity.

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May you be the mother of many sons...

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'May you be the mother of many sons...'

Shobha Shukla – CNS

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