December 16th, 2015

Partner Update from India: Operation Mercy’s work with the Devadasi

A Christmas greeting and update from Operation Mercy, our partner working in India, in their own words… “Greetings from the Good Shepherd Clinic team, Belgaum. ...

December 9th, 2015

100 years: Why we should still strive for recognition of the Armenian genocide

This year marks the hundred year anniversary of one of the most awful, barbaric acts that humanity has ever seen. During the First World War, the Young Turk Ottoman government perpetrated genocide not only by mass killings, but by instigating five waves of deportations of Armenians from their historical homeland, which Talaat Pasha, the Ottoman Minister of the Interior knew would be deadly, as Fuat Dundar, an expert on the late-Ottoman period notes: Talaat Pasha would make the decision to deport the Armenians to [the] regions where he knew they would “all be dead of hunger”....

December 7th, 2015

Failure and Hostility: Sudan’s Peace Talks

Peace talks between the Sudanese Government (GoS) and opposition groups (including SPLM-N and SLM) from South Kordofan, Blue Nile and Darfur have, yet again, broken down....

December 3rd, 2015

International Day of Disabled Persons: An Interview with Vardan Tadevosyan

Today is the International Day of Disabled Persons! On 3rd December the world promotes awareness and mobilises support for the inclusion of persons with disabilities....

December 1st, 2015

The Need for Education in the Midst of Conflict

During periods of conflict, aid funding for education falls in preference, with humanitarian organisations choosing to focus on food and health provisions....
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