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· September, 2011

Stories about Ideas from September, 2011

7 September 2011

China: Who Are the Real “Orientalists”?

Morocco: SlutWalk Gets a Toehold

"Stand out for yourselves and demand respect. Shame has to switch sides!" This is the cri de guerre of Majdoline Lyazidi, the 20-year-old founder of SlutWalk Morocco, a Facebook page...

6 September 2011

Trinidad & Tobago: Ramifications of “Granny Quila”

Mexico: Hero Reports, Mapping Acts of Kindness

7 Billion Actions

Heroreports is a non-profit project dedicated to crowdsourcing and mapping reports of citizen courage and positive social behavior. It started in Ciudad Juárez, México as an initiative of the MIT...

5 September 2011

Pakistan: Empowering Youth for a Better Tomorrow

7 Billion Actions

Institute of Peace and Secular Studies is a humble, community youth organization in Lahore, Pakistan which aims to empower Pakistani youth and encourage them to face up to today’s challenges...

Dominica: On a Single Regional Economy

Russia: Digital Graveyard Launched

1 September 2011

Global Voices Podcast 3: Ripple Effects of the Arab Uprisings

In this edition of the Global Voices Podcast you can hear about the ripple effect of the Arab uprisings, find out what it is to be a digital mentor, and...

Dominica: Decriminalising Marijuana

Trinidad & Tobago: Alice Yard Turns 5

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