The Glory of Aga Khan

Mohamed Mediouni Université de Sherbrooke (Québec, Canada) E-mail: [email protected] . . ” Educating effective future leaders is a high responsibility” His Highness The Aga Khan I am especially delighted to write in honor of the icon Aga Khan. His projects for humanity are innumerable. Health, education, religion, and poverty are the main of his interest. All […]

Toward A New Tunisian Education System

Mohamed Mediouni Independent Researcher  E-mail: [email protected] . Abstract: To move forward, we need a scientific advancement. This progress must be the speed of a rocket to reach the same level than other countries like Israel, Singapore, etc. In this article, we show the benefits, the objectives, and the needs of sciences. It surveys the existing of […]

Peace and Silence – A Mystical Journey Within

 Rashmi Chandran Naturalist & Creative Artist. Founder & Director at Natural Health and Environmental Research. Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India. e-mail: [email protected]; web: http://rashmichandran.wordpress.com . Abstract: Violence, discrimination and exclusion cause suffering for millions of people across the world today, affect people in every corner of the globe, endangering health, lives and livelihoods and limiting human potential. Changing […]

Female Genital Mutilation – Truths and Lies

Athanasia Zagorianou Strathclyde University, Glasgow. Master in Human Rights Law. e-mail: [email protected] . Abstract: This article examines and analyzes the controversial issue of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). With goal to find the truths and the lies around the issue, this article provides a description and an analysis of important factual information regarding the practices of FGM and its […]

Celebrating Woman!

Rita Eluwade Author of the book “Trafficked Women- a Problem of Vulnerability without Rehabilitation” E-mail: [email protected] . In celebrating Women’s day, there is a need to place more emphasis on the female gender. The female sex is one of the two sexes made from the time of creation. The exemption of the female gender in most […]

Education about Human Rights begins in Childhood

 Français Version Sonia Colasse Author the children bilingual book: “The Adventures of Enzo” e-mail: [email protected] website: www.soloinfinty.com/enzo . Since 1948, we celebrate every year the International Day of Human Rights. Humans Rights, what a nice expression you might say. But, we all know that they are not always respected as they should. Moreover, does every country have […]

The Art of Compassion in Natural Life

Rashmi Chandran  Founder & Chairperson, Natural Health and Environmental Research, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India E-mail: [email protected] / https://www.facebook.com/NHEROrg … Abstract: Human nature is essentially loving and gentle. Compassion is fundamentally a human quality; so its development is not restricted to those who practice religion. Direct compassion for the suffering of living beings is not an […]

Islamic Attire: Religious Symbol or an Obstacle to Women’s Rights?

Athanasia Zagorianou Strathclyde University, Glasgow. Master in Human Rights Law. e-mail: [email protected] . Abstract: This article examines and discusses issues arising from bans of Islamic attires of women in public areas, schools and universities in High Contracting Parties of the European Convention of Human Rights (ECHR). This article revolves around the argument that the Islamic outfit is […]

Are we learning enough life?

Anna Barchetti Durisch Mentor, public speaker and education specialist e-mail: [email protected] web: helioslife.org . A new paradigm for an effective and sustainable education system, going beyond teaching of mathematics and history. Are money and success the only factors, the only drives? Education for Life, Education for Happiness: these are the tools that can lead us towards a […]

Tending to the Whole Person: Healthcare Chaplaincy and the United Nations Millennium Goals 2015

Rabbi D’vorah Rose Founder, director at Integrating Spirituality with Healthcare Practice. email: [email protected] / web: http://rabbidvorahrose.com/   Abstract: Healthcare chaplaincy is a young field. The study of the impact of spirituality and religiosity upon health status is also a newer field. This essay examines in broad strokes what healthcare chaplaincy currently offers, reviews some of the current spiritual […]

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