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Battling Coronavirus in Refugee Camps

As if fear of violence and conflict was not enough, refugee camps are now in turmoil because of the rapid spread of the corona virus. According to the UNHCR, out of 100 countries reporting confirmed

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The Quest to Learning About Human Dignity

There is no doubt that Anna Halpine has served as an inspiration not only to the youth but also to the people around the world, especially me. My name is Reese Fariñas and I’m an outgoing Chapter

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WYA Africa: Meet the Batch 2 2020 Interns

Ivy Chebet is a Kenyan citizen currently undertaking her undergraduate degree in Law at Strathmore University. Ivy is very passionate about entrepreneurship and the role of the law in such a field and

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The Value of Voting as a Family

A few days ago, my family and I received voter information in the mail. Because of the coronavirus, my home state of Massachusetts is allowing mail-in voting in order to limit exposure. We were

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The Value of our Environment

Science and evolution have made us forget about the importance of nature, especially in the Western world. As technologies emerge, we have become indifferent towards human actions that threaten our

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Evidence of a Holistic World

In the last chapter of WYA's Certified Training Program (CTP), the readings talk about the importance of human rights and its ties to human dignity. Within the main points of these topics, it

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The True Meaning of Happiness

Once upon a time, there was a place where people used to live in a bad mood all the time. Their daily routine was basically waking up and going straight

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Abuse-19; the “She” Pandemic

Why is it that over 3 billion women or 49.9% of the world population are still considered a “minority”? In what indisputable universal text is it mentioned that women are to be degraded in a

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All 4 Kids Center Shares HDC Experiences

At the beginning of February 2020, the All 4 Kids Center in Steubenville, Ohio began to implement the Human Dignity Curriculum to elementary school children in their local community. The classes,

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What America Can Learn From the Great Leap Forward

Today in my country of America, there is mistrust and division between the Republican and Democratic Parties. Different visions of the world are maligned by their respective opponents. However, I

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