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Category Archive: Humanity

Oct 18 2012

Madanjeet Singh, a great secular humanist donated one million U.S. dollars to women’s education.

Madanjeet singh, the UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador and the Founder of the South Asia Foundation is one of the greatest secular humanists of our time. An attack on Malala Yousafzai prompted him to donate one million U.S. dollars to women's education and empowerment.

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Oct 17 2012

Some female leaders!

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Women are not inherently passive or peaceful. – Robin Morgan Female political leaders are not different from male political leaders in South Asia. Their acts are not less misogynistic than male leaders. Like male leaders they have no agenda to change patriarchal structure of society, or to get rid of anti-women laws, or to fight …

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Oct 14 2012

We ate Pandas

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Once upon a time we ate Pandas. We are now desperate to save Pandas. We have evolved.

Oct 14 2012

Malala and Taliban

Malali and Taliban

Oct 13 2012

Child marriage is child abuse

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“Child marriage is a fundamental human rights violation and impacts all aspects of a girl’s life. We want to alert and raise awareness on the negative effects of child marriage on girls and the society as a whole.” – Anne Stenhammer, regional programme director of UN Women. “Child marriage is not a solution to protecting …

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Oct 10 2012

Humanity needs more Malala Yousafzai

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Malala Yousafzai received Pakistan’s first National youth Peace Prize from Pakistan’s prime minister, Yousuf Raza Gilani. Malala’s diary when she was 11 years old in 2009: THURSDAY JANUARY 15: NIGHT FILLED WITH ARTILLERY FIRE The night was filled with the noise of artillery fire and I woke up three times. But since there was no …

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Oct 10 2012

Death Penalty is a cruel and inhuman punishment in the name of justice.

Abolish the death penalty. Amnesty International said marking the 10th World Day against the Death Penalty on 10 October: The last decade has seen significant progress towards abolishing the use of the death penalty worldwide, but serious challenges remain before capital punishment is relegated to the dustbin of history. But there is a hope.

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Oct 06 2012

From human stem cells to human eggs to human babies!

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Mouse pups are created from lab-made eggs. Kyoto University in Japan managed to make viable sperm from stem cells. Now they have made eggs. From stem cells to mouse eggs to baby mice! Bravo Kyoto University!

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Oct 02 2012

Women do not exist.

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Ikea deleted women from the Saudi version of its furniture catalogue. Shame on Ikea!

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Oct 02 2012

Women are disappearing

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