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Davinder Kumar
COMMENTARY / World
Oct 1, 2013
Kids with disabilities facing abuse in West Africa
Hundreds of thousands of children with disabilities are subjected to horrific violations of their human rights on a daily basis in West Africa.
COMMENTARY / World
Jul 18, 2013
African plan to end hunger
Earlier this month, away from the shadows of the Group of Eight, African ministers meeting in Addis Ababa made a pledge to end hunger on the continent by 2025.
COMMENTARY / World
Jun 24, 2013
Africa's 100 million girls with mutilated genitals
Elimination of female genital mutilation in Africa will be impossible unless laws are supported by efforts to change entrenched social attitudes.
COMMENTARY / World
Mar 11, 2013
Ending the violence against women and girls
Two teenage girls, from Vietnam and Uganda, have traveled to U.N headquarters to find out what the world is doing to end violence against women.
COMMENTARY / World
Apr 23, 2012
Identifying the world's 'invisibles'
They have no twitter army, no righteous war being waged for their rescue. They are visible; they are out there on the streets. From ruthless lanes of Dhaka to dangerous dark alleys of Rio, tens of millions of children the world over are daily fighting hunger, violence and abuse just to survive and scratch...
COMMENTARY / World
Mar 9, 2012
Mental health must match post-3/11 recovery
Over the past year, the tsunami-ravaged coastline of Japan's northeast has undergone a cleanup never seen before in history for its sheer scale and speed.

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People wait for the main act to begin at Summer Sonic, which holds simultaneous music festivals for those in Tokyo and Osaka.
Can Japan's summer music festivals adapt to a post-pandemic reality?