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    Why are Women with Disabilities Left Behind in the Menstrual Health Discourse?

    As we observe the eleventh World Day of Menstrual Hygiene and celebrate the wins, it equally important to reflect and find the gaps. The...

    Delhi’s Asha Kiran Draws HRW Flak

    Nearly 1000 men, women, and children are trapped in Asha Kiran, most of whom will live there for their entire lives. Some are confined...

    Nearly A Billion People Lack Access to Disability Aids

    A Majority of people who would benefit from assistive technology lack potentially life-changing access to devices such as glasses, hearing aids, wheelchairs. 3.5 billion...

    UN Should Aspire to Turn Sports into a Tool for Social Change

    Sports can be a glue that connects people but it can also be a potent platform where disadvantaged persons can train their skills and...

    Disabled, jobless and vulnerable: The story of a woman Afghan prosecutor

    The former Afghan prosecutor is today jobless and is living in fear and in penury. That she is a woman and is disabled only...

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    MENA Ushers in a Tool to Help Sex Workers Who Experience Violence

    Sex workers are typically motivated by the need to earn income. During economic lean times, such as recession, sex...
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    ‘Silent Demise’ of Vast Rangelands Threatens Climate, Food, Wellbeing of Billions: UNCCD

    Rangelands cover 54 per cent of all land; as much as 50 per cent are degraded, imperilling a sixth of...

    Another Pandemic “Absolutely Inevitable”, Warns UK’s Former Chief Scientific Adviser

    Sir Patrick Vallance was, however, optimistic about the Pandemic Preparedness Treaty that the World Heath Organisation is advocating for to...

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    MENA Ushers in a Tool to Help Sex Workers Who Experience Violence

    Sex workers are typically motivated by the need to...