On the occasion of International Women’s day in 2016, Brandeis University’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS) had organized a panel discussion on to talk about our perspectives on gender issues in our experience. It was an enlightening discussion where me and 3 of my fellow students and gender experts from different departments and various parts of the world presented their perspectives on gender. This is a written version of my panel presentation.
This write-up provides a simplified explanation for OECD development aid measurement criteria to understand a donor’s policy commitments and accountability.
Conflict between my ‘green thumb’ alter-ego and me.
The extensive literature on a young person’s social participation supports that they can play a crucial role in establishing societies…
Social movements are mechanisms that enable groups to articulate their concerns and opinions and advocate for the rights and welfare…
February, 2016: A discussion session organized by the Heller Solidarity Club on the anniversary of the Egyptian revolution. PC: April Nishimura
On a lazy Sunday afternoon in 2012 I happened to hear the sunscreen ‘slow-jam’ by Baz Luhrmann. My first blog is dedicated to this ‘song’, as it’s something that a lot of us should keep reminding ourselves about.