January 28th, 2016

India’s inequality in healthcare: the caste divide

  The last couple of weeks have seen an increase in media awareness of the discrimination faced by Dalits, the people below the lowest caste, in India....

January 21st, 2016

Four obstacles to a Nagorno-Karabakh peace

For many international observers, the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict may look as though it has gone cold. Although both Armenia and Azerbaijan news sources report that the other repeatedly breaks ceasefire conditions, such claims are largely unverified by independent news sources, and any attributing of blame should be taken with an extremely large pinch of salt....

January 11th, 2016

Human Trafficking in India | Guest Blog for Human Trafficking Awareness Day

‘According to data from the National Crime Records Bureau, trafficking of minor girls and women constituted about 76% of human trafficking cases in India over the past decade.’ Nearly 200,000 women and children are currently missing in India....

January 8th, 2016

Opinion: The Case for Peace Education in Uganda’s National Curriculum

“Societies spend money training doctors to heal the ill. Why should not they also educate their citizens to conduct affairs nonviolently?”[1]   Reflecting on the above question posed by peace education scholars Harris and Morrison, anyone familiar with Uganda’s post-independence socio-political history will appreciate its relevance....
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