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Human Dignity and the End of Life - Part 1: Introductory Notes

Ljudsko dostojanstvo i kraj života - 1. dio: Uvodne napomene This is a first in the series of three articles titled "Human Dignity and the End of Life". One

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Domestic Violence and the Discrimination of Women in Lebanese Law

Imagine a world where your mother, sister, or future daughter is living in a safe environment. Comforting, right? Unfortunately, to some women, their real world revolves around domestic violence where

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Here's to a Wonderful Summertime!

I clearly remember that time I was checking the web and found the website of World Youth Alliance. Feeling curious, I read through the pages and it sparked my interest just after minutes I opened

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“Am I My Brother’s Keeper?”: Indifference & Human Dignity

Elie Wiesel, a survivor of the Holocaust, a writer, and a Nobel Peace Prize laureate, was a witness and victim of one of most heinous crimes committed in recent memory. The Holocaust and the other

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The Lessons We Learn

We live in a world of interaction. We interact through social media and through brief exchanges in a store’s check-out line. We interact during the silent subway commute to the next destination and

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Universal Basic Income, for or against human dignity?

World Youth Alliance Europe attended a presentation in the European Parliament on the Universal Basic Income (UBI) by Dr. Patrick Diamond, Chair of the Policy Network. He highlighted in his

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Twitter as the model for solidarity in Society !

Recently, there was this #TZvsKE Twitter war that I’m sure most Africans watched and were thoroughly entertained as is always the case when Kenyans turn up for a Twitter war. I am compelled to add

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Liberia: Hope Beyond

Liberia is a small country on the very West Coast of Africa with a population of 4.1 million. It has 43, 000 square miles of land. The country has endured years of turmoil and civil war. Most of the

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The Best Time of My Life

The first few times I ever encountered the World Youth Alliance (WYA) was when three of classmates talked about it when they joined the summer camp back in 2015, and last January when the WYA Iloilo

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