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Debating Death #1: Should liberal societies legalize euthanasia?

This is a first in a series of "Debating Death" articles which thematize ethical, political, medical, legal, social and cultural aspects of legalizing euthanasia. It is commonly understood that

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WYA GSU Chapter Closes Academic Year With Service Record

The World Youth Alliance Georgia State University (GSU) Chapter focuses on educating and advocating for the dignity of the person on Georgia State's campus. Members participate in monthly community

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A Closer Look: A Trip Around The City

Last April 4, five of us trainees along with our facilitator walked and went around the city of Iloilo, Philippines, as part of a “challenge” for our CTP discussion on Learning How to See Again.

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Celebrating World Down Syndrome Day in the European Parliament

Responsibility and a good team are the most important requirements once you have to work on a project. These were, without any doubt, included into the requirements of the Down syndrome campaign that

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Top 3 reasons why employers should hire young people

I’ve heard stories from fellow fresh university graduates the difficulty of getting accepted in the jobs that they’ve always dreamed of. Our young age and lack of experience in the

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Art, Culture, and Human Dignity

We as the young people at the World Youth Alliance urge the society to embrace our culture because it gives us a sense of belonging and gets its foundation from human dignity; it also plays a

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My Struggle in Comprehending Freedom

Human freedom is always perceived to be a universal phenomenon whose principal landscape is globally acceptable and applied. Although this premise is somewhat accurate, it poses the risk of masking

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My Experience with the I and Thou reading by Martin Buber

Martin Buber was a prominent twentieth-century philosopher, religious thinker, political activist, and educator. Born in Austria, he spent most of his life in Germany and Israel, writing in German

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I-You, He-She, It!

The Women’s March, International Women’s Day, and the 61st Commission of the Status of Women are just some of the ways that quite recently, women have taken over the international spotlight. The

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Tax Raise is Poverty Raise

Downtown, Beirut has been recently eventful as thousands of protesters gathered around the Parliament in Riad El Solh to protest against the planned tax increases. The atmosphere was heated as

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