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Britain Becomes 74th Country to Join Safe Schools Declaration

Britain’s announcement today that it is backing the Safe Schools Declaration is as important as it is timely. The Declaration, in which governments pledge to not use schools for military purposes and to protect them during military…
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Malala’s Courage Should Prompt UK to Step Up

Among the thousands of excited students across Britain starting university soon will be the remarkable Malala Yousafzai, who will read politics, philosophy, and economics at Oxford. Five years ago, Malala was shot on her way home from…
Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai speaks during the first focus event on education at the donors Conference for Syria in London, Britain February 4, 2016.
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Over the last year, reporting about FIFA, football’s scandal-plagued governing body, has focused on arrests, corruption, and worker rights abuses in the upcoming World Cup host countries, Russia and Qatar. So today’s news that…
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“I could choose between life and death. I chose to live.” I met Jahan from Iran (not his real name), a man in his 30s, at the Greek-Macedonian border this week. He told me he had been stuck on the Greek side for four days because of the border…
Asylum seekers and migrants protest in front of Macedonian police at Macedonia¹s refusal to allow people who are not Syrian, Afghan or Iraqi to enter the country from Greece. November 22, 2015
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“When I was in the middle of the sea, the thing that scared me the most was water. I don’t know how to swim.” Samira (pseudonym), an 8-year-old Syrian girl, told me that earlier this month soon after she’d made it to the Greek island of Lesbos…
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