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Determined young Sudanese refugee puts her education ahead of marriage | ReliefWeb

Determined young Sudanese refugee puts her education ahead of marriage | ReliefWeb | Rights & Liberties | Scoop.it

"I would not leave the school compound until the trainer told me to join the group because I was distracting the class," she recalls. "It was like being back in school. I was so excited," she added of the month-long ECD course.


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Timothy Brinkley's curator insight, May 9, 2013 12:21 PM

This is an excellent example of the hunger so many young women and men have to be educated.  They are bucking the tradition of an early marriage (read teens), and seeking education.

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2012 Arbitration Case Law | Texas Supreme Court

2012 Arbitration Case Law | Texas Supreme Court | Rights & Liberties | Scoop.it
Continuing our 2012 Year-End Highlights series, we present today noteworthy arbitration cases heard by the Texas Supreme Court.
In Bison Building Materials, Ltd. v. Lloyd K. Aldridge, No.06-1084, _S.W.3d __ (Tex.

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The world is thirsty because it is hungry

The world is thirsty because it is hungry | Rights & Liberties | Scoop.it
#Agriculture accounts for 70% of total water use http://t.co/9p2hr72sn8 http://t.co/LTbBmHIvCs

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UNICEF - Press centre - UNICEF calls for US$2.2 billion to help 59 million children in emergencies

UNICEF - Press centre - UNICEF calls for US$2.2 billion to help 59 million children in emergencies | Rights & Liberties | Scoop.it

Via Behnam Rastegari
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UNICEF is the world’s leading organization working for children and child rights,  work in more than 190 countries with families, local communities, business partners and governments, to help every child reach their full potential.

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Fake seeds force Ugandan farmers to resort to 'bronze age' agriculture

Fake seeds force Ugandan farmers to resort to 'bronze age' agriculture | Rights & Liberties | Scoop.it
Gangs selling counterfeit high yield seeds are trapping farmers in a cycle of poverty as crops fail. Francisco Toro writes

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