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Refugee Women Experience New Opportunities in European Cities

Over the past few years, Europe has seen an influx of refugees. BBC recently reported on the migrant crisis the continent has experienced. Over a million migrants and refugees crossed into Europe in 2015 alone. Migration has slowed from its peak, but it shows no signs of stopping. They estimate over 362,000 refugees crossed the…… Continue reading Refugee Women Experience New Opportunities in European Cities

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Parents are putting aside more money for their sons’ college education than their daughters’

Parents are putting aside more money for their sons’ college education than their daughters’. The Wall Street Journal recently reported the findings of two independent studies on the college savings gender gap. However, experts are not sure why savings for higher education is higher for boys than for girls.

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Jamileh Kharrazi and UNESCO

Everyday Heroes Global Hope Coalition Honors Some Empowering Women Not all heroes wear capes. The Global Hope Coalition Leadership Summit honored 10 people for their fight against hate and radicalism. The session focused on the world’s people as a whole. This highlights the importance of basic human rights for all. Almost half of the honorees…… Continue reading Jamileh Kharrazi and UNESCO