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Slave auction in Libya is ongoing

On the Calendar of the liturgy of the Catholic Church we remember and celebrates today February 8th Josephine Bakhita, a former slave who as a child was sold by her kidnappers to Arab... READ MORE

Creating an oral-based social media platform

The use of social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp has grown exponentially on the African continent. In Mali, however, where the literacy rate is lower than average and oral tradition... READ MORE

South Sudan: a People Trampled

Thousands of deaths, millions of refugees, an unprecedented humanitarian crisis. Six years after independence, the martyrdom of South Sudan, told by an eyewitness, Father Daniele Moschetti, Comboni Missionary. Just over six years after... READ MORE

Welcome to Our Intern, Etsegenet Kedir

Etsegenet Kedir has a Bachelor’s degree in Law from Addis Ababa University (Ethiopia) and a Master’s degree in International Human Rights Law from Lund University (Sweden). Her interests include public policy, advocacy and... READ MORE

Kenyan Men Redefining Masculinity

A question many people worldwide have been asking as of late has been, “Is masculinity in crisis?” Australian archeologist Peter McAllister believes so, saying, “Men are really searching for a role in modern... READ MORE

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