Stephanie Sinclair

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School Bullying Reflected in the Innocent Eyes of Children

French-Canadian photographer Benoit Paill captures the glistening, reflective eyes of children looking across a room at a wall displaying their own drawings about school bullying. Each fresh face in Paill's series displays a sense of innocence while also reflecting their awareness of the torment …

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Thai Attorney General, UN Women sign MoU to end domestic violence

<b>BANGKOK, Oct 30</b> – Thailand’s Office of the Attorney General and the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women) …

U.N. feeds record 3.3 million Syrians but malnutrition rising

By Stephanie Nebehay<p>GENEVA (Reuters) - The United Nations delivered food to a record 3.3 million people in Syria in October, up from 2.7 million the …

South Asian governments must act on child marriage & give girls the rights they legally deserve

Last month there was international outcry over “Rawan,” an eight-year-old Yemeni child bride who reportedly died from the internal injuries she …

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To mark International Women’s Day on March 8, MSF is featuring stories of displaced women and girls from countries including Syria, Myanmar, Burundi, …

Google Helpouts aims to improve your life with the healing power of web video

It's like a Hangout, only with less loitering and more healing. Or something. After months of behind-the-scenes testing, Google's launching Helpouts, a new service that leverages the company's video offerings to pair users up with doctors, teachers, personal trainers and the like. Those …

Christie: N.J. mall shooting shows need for stronger mental health treatment

Gov. Chris Christie said Tuesday that the shooting at a popular New Jersey mall, carried out by a young man who “came there to end his own life,” demonstrates the need to strengthen mental health treatment.<p>The gunman, identified by authorities as Richard Shoop, 20, fired six shots at the mall …