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  • September 15, 2014
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    Here's all you need to know from the world of gen prev from 9/7 to 9/12.

    Syria

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    September 12, 2014
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    The United Nations, similar to the United States Congress, has time when the body is “in session” and times when the body is in “recess.” Over the latter half of the summer, the UN General Assembly (UNGA) has been in recess. The UN delegates from all over the world are reconvening in New York City on September 16th and the UN General Debate opens the following week on the 24th. Many organizations are organizing around these couple weeks to make sure that their issue is made a priority in the global conversation.

  • September 08, 2014
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    Syria

  • Campaign to Prevent Identity Based Violence
    September 02, 2014
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    Campaign to Prevent Identity Based Violence

    For many of us who are continually confronted with articles, images, conversations, and classes about pockets of social tension in the world, it’s easy to see that patterns of violence erupting from that tension often correspond with patterns of identity. Identity manifests in many ways: race, sexuality, gender, political affiliation, geographic location, religious identification, etc.

  • SD Natasha, Kat, and a friend
    August 11, 2014
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    SD Natasha, Kat, and a friend

    “Who run the world? Kat.” - Beyoncé Knowles 

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    July 28, 2014
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    STAND Statement on the Israel/Gaza Conflict

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    July 24, 2014
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    This post was written by Francesca Freeman, STAND's new Midwest Regional Organizer for the 2014-2015 school year. Francesca is a rising senior at the University of Chicago.

    When asked what freedom meant to him, Ayoub Gamaradine Abakar, a Darfurian refugee living in a refugee camp in Chad, replied that “freedom means to me there can be peace in the country, security fully, stability between people and equality in different places.”

  • July 19, 2014
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    This post was written by Jake Ramirez, STAND's Communication Coordinator. Jake is a rising junior at the University of Arizona. 

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    July 17, 2014
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    This post was written by STAND's Policy Coordinator, Roberta Barnett. Roberta is a junior at Columbia University. 

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    July 17, 2014
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    This post was written by STAND's Policy Intern Rosie Berman. Rosie is a junior at Clark University where she studies Political Science and Holocaust and Genocide Studies. 

    Burma

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