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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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Social Reform Loosens Restrictions on Dress Code for Women in Iran

Social Reform Loosens Restrictions on Dress Code for Women in Iran For those of us with a choice, we often take the personal freedom of dressing as we choose for granted. What we choose to wear can be empowering. After all, our clothes communicate part of who we are to the rest of the world.…… Continue reading Social Reform Loosens Restrictions on Dress Code for Women in Iran

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Jamileh Kharrazi in Uganda: Second Chances at St. Peter’s Orphanage

Orphans in Uganda’s capital are getting a second chance at life through the good work at a new orphanage named after Saint Peter, Said Lady Jamileh Kharrazi. Established in 2015, this small Catholic charity provides a home to Ugandan youth. Over the past two decades, AIDS and political instability have left many kids without parents.…… Continue reading Jamileh Kharrazi in Uganda: Second Chances at St. Peter’s Orphanage