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January 29, 2018

Southern poverty law center was founded by Morris Dees and Joseph in 1971. It focused mainly on civil rights firm and was served by Julian Bond who acted as board president between 1971 and 1979 and later remained on the board of directors until he died 2015. Southern poverty law center is a non-profit organization that advocates for civil rights and public interest litigation. It is commonly found in America. The southern poverty law center began the filling of civil suits for the monetary damages in 1979. It was also involved in challenging the institutional racial segregation and the d... (read more)

Author: Alice Ken

2. Charitable ‘Nabir Foundation' Provides Helping Hand To Alleviate Poverty In Bangladesh
January 17, 2018

A new charity is helping to elevate the standards of living in one of the world’s poorest areas, the South Asian region of Bangladesh. The Nabir Foundation was founded by businessman and philanthropist Fareed Nabir. Born and raised in the UK, Fareed developed a keen interest in philanthropy, setting out to find ways of using his business acumen for a charitable purpose. It is from this kernel that the Nabir Foundation gre, enabling the organisation to go from strength to strength over the last few years. They built their first school in 2012, and since 2014, Fareed has dedicated himself to ... (read more)

Author: John Doe

3. Local funeral directors ‘Simple Send-offs' joins campaign to end funeral poverty
July 15, 2017

Wirral based funeral director Simple Send-offs has joined the national campaign to tackle funeral poverty and pledged to provide a fair deal for local people on low incomes. Funeral poverty exists when the cost of a funeral is beyond a person’s ability to pay. One in seven people now experience serious financial difficulty when paying for a funeral and the cost of dying has risen ten times faster than the cost of living. Over the past ten years the cost of a basic funeral has more than doubled - from an average of £1,920 to £3,897. At the same time, the grant from the state, available... (read more)

Author: John Doe

4. Book of Century Sentence: A Must Read Book about Chinese Culture
March 27, 2017

The Book of Century Sentence is a must read book with interesting and intriguing content about Chinese culture, political environment and phenomena and many more. The Book of Century Sentence: A Chinese Accusation Against all of the World was authored by Xu Xue Chun. He was once an ordinary worker in Mainland China. Xu Xue Chun has experienced poverty and worst scenarios in life. He was judged, harmed and humiliated that is why he perseveres with an aim of seeking justice from this world. He became an internet commentator and was known for his controversial articles which are eventually del... (read more)

Author: John Doe

5. Confirm This: Our Supreme Court does not make the Supreme Law
March 27, 2017

Watching hours of the Neil Gorsuch confirmation hearings has been an inspiration. Gorsuch has an impeccable record of wise decisions and a sage and deep sense of balance about constitutional law – we could find no one better for our Supreme Court. It is the times we live in that make it difficult to believe that even after he is confirmed that much will significantly change in American jurisprudence. If abortion continues under protection of Roe, and faux-marriage continues under Obergefell then this nation will be in direct conflict with God. His laws and the prophets are witness ag... (read more)

Author: Michael Bresciani

6. Mexico Braces for Fresh Flood of Central American Asylum Seekers
December 16, 2016

Mexico expects a sharp increase in people seeking asylum from Central America next year, fleeing gang warfare and poverty in their home countries, a senior official said on Thursday. There has been a steady surge of Central Americans applying for asylum in Mexico since 2015. Cinthia Perez, a director of Mexico's refugee agency COMAR, said in an interview that she is receiving about 9 percent more applications each month. There were 3,424 asylum applications in 2015, and she...... (read more)

7. Thousands of Kenyan Single Mothers, Widows Use Mobile Money to Escape Poverty
December 08, 2016

Almost 200,000 Kenyan households, many headed by poor, rural women, have lifted themselves out of poverty using mobile money services, experts said Thursday, calling for the technology to be introduced in other developing countries. The impact was most dramatic among single mothers who used M-Pesa, a text message-based mobile payment system, after switching from farming to business and retail sales, the journal Science found. "What we saw over six years was impressive,"...... (read more)

8. UN: Lentils, Chickpeas Can Help Reverse Dangerous Trend of Soil Erosion
December 06, 2016

Planting more lentils, chickpeas and other pulses will improve the health of the world's soils that have reached critical levels, threatening to worsen hunger and poverty levels, the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) said on Monday. About a third of the world's soils are degraded because of soil erosion, contamination, urbanization and other issues. This is a rise from the early 1990s, when it was estimated to be between 16 and 24 percent, said Ronald Vargas, soils...... (read more)

9. Spiritual Tips You Shouldn't Follow
December 04, 2016

Thanks to modern technology and the Internet, you’ll find an abundance of spiritual information online when you seek answers to your spiritual questions. Unfortunately, so much of it is spiritual advice you should ignore. Throughout over 30 years of extensive metaphysical and spiritual exploration, we’ve never adhered to only one system, religion, or outlook. Instead, we use intuition, reason, common sense, and long-term observation to discover what works. Below is some of the spiritual advice we’ve found that is best ignored since it’s unhelpful or even dangerous. Vegan and ... (read more)

Author: Scott Petullo

10. Castro's Death Reminds Aging Cuba of Generation Gap
December 02, 2016

Fidel Castro's death has highlighted a yawning generational gap between older Cubans who remember grim poverty before his 1959 revolution, and youngsters who appreciate free health care and education but fear the 21st century is leaving them behind. Julio Lopez, 77, belongs firmly to the first group. He was a hungry, barefoot 14-year-old in 1956 when he first met Castro, who was just beginning his revolution in the Sierra Madre mountains. For Lopez, who lives in the central city of...... (read more)

11. UN: Majority of World's 10-year-old Girls Disadvantaged in Comparison With Boys
December 01, 2016

A new United Nations report says a lack of education for girls in the developing world may be contributing to a rise in global poverty. The U.N.'s 2016 State of the World Population Report focuses on the well-being of 10-year-old girls as indicators of development success or failure. It says most of the world's 10-year-old children live in developing countries where girls face obstacles to good education, health care and safety. Zlatica Hoke reports.... (read more)

12. The Rezvan Foundation for Excellence holds Fundraising Gala to honor a Legacy of determination and
November 29, 2016

When it comes to legacies, the one left by Dr. Ahmad Rezvan resonates as one of the most enduring and heartwarming of all. Salinas, CA, November 29, 2016 - Growing up in Iran, young Ahmad faced tremendous obstacles — abject poverty and the devastating loss of his father when he was just 14 years old. Despite this, and while providing for his grief-stricken family, Ahmad stunned his small town by secretly putting himself through school, winning admission to the most prestigious university in Iran, and eventually earning a medical degree. Ahmad needed equal parts excellence and determinatio... (read more)

Author: John Paul

13. 876 Hate Incidents Reported in 10 Days Following Trump's Election
November 29, 2016

Nearly 900 reports of harassment, intimidation, racial slurs, and other hateful incidents were recorded in the 10 days after the U.S. presidential election, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) said Tuesday. Many of the harassers documented in the incidents invoked President-elect Donald Trump's name, according to the report "Ten Days After: Harassment and Intimidation in the Aftermath of the Election". The SPLC said that hate crimes and "lower-level incidents of...... (read more)

14. Charity: One in Three Child Migrants Missing after Calais Jungle Closure
November 24, 2016

Nearly one in three migrant children tracked by a refugee charity have gone missing since the "Jungle" camp in the northern French town of Calais was dismantled in October, the organization said on Wednesday. Refugee Youth Service said it could not locate a third of the 179 child migrants it had been tracking since authorities bulldozed the Jungle, home to up to 10,000 people fleeing war or poverty in the Middle East and Africa. The fate of children staying in the squalid...... (read more)

15. Global Youth Speak 2016 to deal with climate action, poverty and youth unemployment
November 21, 2016

Award winning delegates from Africa to discuss the way forward for continent and world The Global Youth Speak is proud to announce their 2016 edition, which will be taking place on the 23rd – 25th of November 2016. The event will see delegates from UN member states discuss major issues like terrorism, poverty,climate change, and unemployment, affecting the youths around the world. This year’s event will have multi-award winning entrepreneur and technology strategist Dr. Chiedza Kambasha as the official delegate representing Zimbabwe.“This year’s event is going to be interesting as we will... (read more)

Author: KJ Newswire

16. Spiritual Tips That Are a Waste of Time
November 20, 2016

There’s no shortage of spiritual information online. Seek answers, and you shall find helpful information. But you’ll also find plenty of spiritual advice you should ignore. We started exploring metaphysical and spiritual subjects over thirty years ago. In our exhaustive searches and studies, we never followed only one religion, outlook, guru, or system. Instead, we like to try and test many options, then apply reason, intuition, and long-term observation to determine what works, and what doesn’t. Below is a collection of the spiritual advice we’ve found isn’t helpful, or wor... (read more)

Author: Scott Petullo

17. Zuckerberg Pushes Internet Connectivity in Address to World Leaders at APEC
November 19, 2016

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has urged world leaders to invest in connecting citizens to the internet, during a speech at an international summit in Peru. Zuckerberg promoted the role internet connectivity plays in lifting communities out of poverty, improving global health and supplementing education across the world in an address before the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) leaders’ meeting Saturday. He also called on more world leaders to sign the "Connectivity...... (read more)

18. Migrant's Journey From Rural Bangladesh Shows Sacrifices, Dangers of Slum Life
November 16, 2016

For much of his early life on Bhola, an island in south-central Bangladesh, Mohammed Abul Kalam battled poverty and a hostile river that twice engulfed his homestead. Now, as a resident of a "bastee," or private slum on the western edge of the capital, Dhaka, he faces new challenges: the trade-offs he has made on the family's health, education and security in exchange for being near a source of work. "I came here because I found no other way," Kalam said,...... (read more)

19. World Bank: Natural Disasters Force 26M People into Poverty Annually
November 15, 2016

Natural disasters push 26 million people into poverty and cost the world about $520 billion every year — which is about 60 percent lower than is usually reported, according to a new World Bank study. The report says the numbers are expected to increase in coming decades as climate change intensifies the power of droughts, cyclones, flooding and hurricanes. The 190-page report, entitled "Unbreakable: Building the Resilience of the Poor in the Face of Natural Disasters," also...... (read more)

20. Lech Walesa: Poverty Inhibiting Democratic Reform in North Korea
November 07, 2016

Lech Walesa, the Polish leader of the anti-communist Solidarity movement in the 1980s, is pessimistic about the prospects of internal opposition groups rising up in North Korea.  “It is questionable at this point whether North Koreans will fight for freedom because they are too poor,” he said during an exclusive interview with VOA in Seoul.  The labor activist co-founded the first independent trade union in the Soviet Union that eventually helped topple Communism in Eastern...... (read more)

21. Refugee Restaurant Dishes up African Fare to Win Italian Hearts
November 03, 2016

A refugee-run restaurant opening in Venice this week hopes to exploit Italians' renowned passion for food to improve community relations, one of its founders said on Thursday, as the arrival of thousands of migrants stokes tensions around the country. Italy has become the main arrival point in Europe for people fleeing persecution and poverty in Africa, most of them crossing the Mediterranean from lawless Libya in search of a better life. Their stories inspired Hamed Ahmadi, an...... (read more)

22. UN Criticized for Failure to Admit Legal Role in Haiti Cholera Outbreak
October 25, 2016

An independent United Nations expert is bitterly condemning the world body for refusing to accept legal responsibility for a cholera outbreak in Haiti that has killed more than 9,300 and sickened 800,000. A U.N. expert on extreme poverty and human rights, Philip Alston, calls the U.N. stance a disgrace and a debacle. "If the United Nations bluntly refuses to hold itself accountable for human rights violations, it makes a mockery of its efforts to hold governments and others to...... (read more)

23. Prices, Poverty Soar in IS-held Parts of Iraq
October 23, 2016

When Peshmerga soldiers cut off Islamic State’s supply route from Mosul to her village in Hawija, sugar prices suddenly shot up 30 times, according to Layla, a mother of three. She had survived two years of airstrikes and despotic rule from Islamic State militants, but after a few months she ran out of food and money. She feared her children would starve. So, like many people in this crowded refugee camp, she paid an IS fighter $300 about two weeks ago to tell her where the mines...... (read more)

24. Haiti Sets New Date for Presidential, Legislative Elections
October 14, 2016

Haiti announced Friday that its long-delayed presidential and legislative elections would be held Nov. 20, after a delay caused by Hurricane Matthew, which killed hundreds of people in the poverty-stricken Caribbean nation this month. The Provisional Electoral Council said the second round of elections was scheduled for Jan. 29. Haiti's elections had been scheduled for last week. The country's previous elections, in 2015, were canceled because of violence and fraud, leaving...... (read more)

25. US Program Tackles Extreme Wealth Inequality and Changes Lives
October 13, 2016

Income inequality in the United States is a big campaign issue in this year's elections as studies indicate 49 million Americans are living in poverty, including one in four children. Addressing this problem is at the center of a community redevelopment program aimed at transforming neighborhoods and lifting families out of poverty. As VOA's Chris Simkins reports from Atlanta, Georgia, the program helps low income young people get a good education that can lead to a better future.... (read more)

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