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The Best Kind of Sound

If Christmas in the Philippines is one thing, it’s the joyous array of sounds that inevitably remind us that the holidays are upon us. Such sounds include young carolers chiming from door to

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Protection of the vulnerable by health care institutions

Recently, new laws that allow doctors to help terminally ill patients to end their own lives have been approved in places like Washington, D.C., and the U.S. state of Colorado. It’s essential that

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My Furaha Camp story: An eye-opening experience worth remembering

I woke up feeling quite excited for the 2016WYA Africa Furaha Camp. I'm an outdoorsy kind of girl, so sleeping in tents, doing fun outdoor activities such as hikes and games are some of the

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Love, Peace, Unity

Charles Malik demonstrates the idea of humans and their struggles. He claims that the struggle, or the fight for peace that each individual passes through begins on an individualistic level.

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Human Dignity as the GrundNorm

Brown skin, Black skin, White skin, But red blood. Same brains, Same currency, Same buses, But different rights? He donated ‘black’ blood, It saved a ‘white’

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Share the joy of Christmas WYA LA members

The Christmas Season is finally here! And, we at the WYA Latin America office want to take a moment and say THANK YOU. Thank you, to everyone of you for being part of the World Youth Alliance family

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Winter is Coming, Build an Ark! (Ways the Bold and Brave can Give Back to WYA Europe this Holiday)

For some time now I have the impression that the winter is coming in Europe. And when I think about it, I feel the seriousness of this sentence in a similar manner Ned Stark does in the Game of

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8 Things we're thankful for this season

2016 was a year of growth and was filled with countless stories of hope. As we greet the holiday season, it’s only apt that we take a look back at the things that made our year worth

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What if...

What and If are words, two very simple and overused bundles of

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How my WYA story started in St. Lucia

Don’t teach them what to think, teach them how to think. A phrase short in nature, simple enough to grasp, yet indicative of a point in my life where I started to rethink all the

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