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Demography and Women's Empowerment: Urgency for Action? from the Wilson Center

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Check out one of the submissions we have received for #MentalHealthMatters campaign. Send your artwork too to youth@un.org!   Image: Peace/ Submitted by Uniza Faequa, "Peace is something which gives a person a smile, freedom of life. It’s completely a mental feelings of a person which is directly related to one's heart!"

Check out one of the submissions we have received for #MentalHealthMatters campaign. Send your artwork too to youth@un.org! Image: Peace/ Submitted by Uniza Faequa, "Peace is something which gives a person a smile, freedom of life. It’s completely a mental feelings of a person which is directly related to one's heart!"

Subway NYC, 1994 Giclee Print by Charlotte Johnson Wahl at Art.com

Subway NYC, 1994

Subway NYC, 1994 Giclee Print by Charlotte Johnson Wahl at Art.com

Art Projects | Fascination by Mohamad Bozorgi / 150x220 cm, Mixed media on canvas ...

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Very good, if disturbing, article. The Unsafety Net: How Social Media Turned Against Women - Atlantic Mobile

The Unsafety Net: How Social Media Turned Against Women

Modernist Persian Calligraphy by Reza Mafi (Iran, 1943–1982)

View Untitled diptych by Reza Mafi on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by Reza Mafi.

Guesswho says: 'On the day India successfully sent a spacecraft into orbit around Mars, a tweet with a picture of female scientists celebrating was an inspiration.'

India's 'Banksy' behind provocative graffiti

In #Zambia, one-third of the population does not have access to #cleanwater and more than half lacks access to proper sanitation facilities. Girls often have to walk long distances to fetch water for their families, carrying up to 40 lbs of water back home.

In one-third of the population does not have access to and more than half lacks access to proper sanitation facilities. Girls often have to walk long distances to fetch water for their families, carrying up to 40 lbs of water back home.

One of the local volunteers participating in a diversity campaign in Khartoum. Photo: Ayman Suliman — in Sudan.

A United Nations Volunteer -- an organization administered by UNDP -- at work in Khartoum, Sudan, on a campaign that promotes diversity and tolerance. A recent Gallup Poll found that 16 percent of adults worldwide are volunteers.

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