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Greek police report spike in domestic abuse cases
By Emma Batha | Mon, 2 Dec 2013
Is Greece's economic crisis exacerbating domestic violence? Experts are divided.
Domestic violence in Greece – Eleni’s story
Italian men seek help to stop battering wives and partners
Brazil’s child sex trade thrives as World Cup looms
Controversial Indian scheme aims to end baby girl murders
"Sextortion": An old form of corruption gets new attention
Lured into fighting, Colombia’s girl rebels face abuse
Anti-corruption activists fail to win UN meeting access
Anti-corruption activists fail to win UN meeting access
PROFILE-Somaliland midwife champions women's rights, health
Syria death toll hits nearly 126,000-monitoring group
Wanted: 'disruptive' ideas to change the aid system
Italian men seek help to stop battering wives and partners
Italian men seek help to stop battering wives and partners
How much would it cost to immunise all children in Myanmar?
Blocking remittances would spur crime - Somaliland minister
Syrian helicopters drop 'barrel bombs' on rebel town
North Yemen fighting kills more than 120
North Yemen fighting kills more than 120
A chance to deal a fatal blow to the HIV pandemic
Health worker shortage threatens AIDS-free goal
Mini-film series shows shows challenges in HIV/AIDS fight
Super typhoon Haiyan wreaks havoc in Philippines
A protester gestures during pro-Mursi demonstration in Cairo
Riot police protect themselves during protest in Kiev
A Nepalese transgender person wears red ribbons on her clothes in support for people living with HIV as she poses ...
Israeli police use water cannon during Israeli-Arab protest
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U.S. offers to destroy Syria's chemicals at sea - OPCW
By Katy Migiro | Mon, 2 Dec 2013
Q+A- Connecting geeks and aid workers in Philippines, beyond
Business expertise tapped for smarter disaster aid
By Reuters | Mon, 2 Dec 2013
Announcing the Trust Women Awards Finalists
New poll on women’s rights in the Arab world
Join Salma Hayek Pinault at Trust Women
How much would it cost to immunise all children in Myanmar?
UNICEF shows how Myanmar’s immense reserves of gas, oil, gemstones and timber - which critics say have been used to enrich leaders and cronies - could be used to benefit the country’s children
Child-friendly spaces in Roxas - a pretty cool idea
School classes or emergency housing? Here is a solution to this humanitarian conundrum in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan
A chance to deal a fatal blow to the HIV pandemic
For the first time in history, significant scientific advances mean that we have the potential to cut HIV, tuberculosis and malaria down to low-level epidemics, something unimaginable only 10 years ago
Health worker shortage threatens AIDS-free goal
By Gayle Northrop
An AIDS-free generation will only be possible with skilled health staff and competent managers who can coordinate the resources needed to orchestrate a continuum of care
Mini-film series shows shows challenges in HIV/AIDS fight
"See What We See" is a mini-film series launched by Medecins Sans Frontiers to counterbalance what it says is rhetoric presenting the fight against HIV/AIDS as almost won
We can’t stop working on HIV until a cure materialises
There is more work to do to ensure that every person has access to HIV services and treatment and the right to be treated no matter what their religion, race, immigration status or sexuality
The remarkable fighting spirit of the Philippines
Dulag is a city in ruins. Four of every five houses are damaged, people drowned, livestock, crops, livelihoods—all destroyed in an instant. So why are people laughing in the streets today?
Getting the trick of it in Johannesburg
By Thalia Holmes
Learning about capital flight in South Africa
Marking a win on 'loss and damage'
The climate talks have their faults, but they are one place developing countries have a say
Scientists urge tact in crafting forest governance systems
Forest governance often means addressing the inconsistencies of land, tree and resource management, and is a complex process
For sustainable growth, count on agriculture
The next set of global development goals must recognise that agriculture plays a key role in reducing poverty
Typhoon Haiyan: “Digging in for the long haul”
There are fears that food will run out and there will be outbreaks of preventable childhood illnesses like measles or diarrhoea
Shareability counts more than ‘going viral’ on social media
Charities are no longer asking if they should be using social media, instead they want to know how to make it work for them.
Private sector response to Haiyan - sign of things to come?
As the traditional aid funding pie gets smaller and aid agencies wring their hands over how to respond to weather- and conflict-related disasters, the private sector is jumping in to fill some of the gaps
Is oil from Canada's tar sands needed - or a disaster?
Documentary game lets players decide for themselves
The family detention complex - moving beyond the trafficking...
By Pardis Mahdavi, PhD
Many migrants across the globe are caught in a complex web of laws and policies on migration and human trafficking
Do airdrops of aid reach the neediest - or just the fittest?
Some communities in the central Philippines, hit by Typhoon Haiyan, still lack food, water and functioning markets, so are airdrops of food and water the solution?
Forest people 'disillusioned' in battle to protect land
Finding their way through legal systems can be frustratingly difficult for indigenous communities in Malaysia - and elsewhere
Brunei to introduce stoning
It's a scandal that in 2013 women still risk death by stoning in 15 countries. Incredibly, that number is now set to rise.
Women live in a profoundly different, more dangerous world
The abuse of women and girls is the most pervasive and unaddressed human rights violation on earth, writes former U.S. President Jimmy Carter
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