• Featured Posts
    14 Nov 2016
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    There is a difference between passive goodness and active goodness, which is, in my opinion, the giving of one’s time and energy in the alleviation of pain and suffering. It entails giving out, finding out, and helping those, who are suffering and in danger, and, not merely in leading an exemplary life in a purely passive way by...
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  • Featured Posts
    06 Nov 2016
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    The notion of displacement For centuries, processes of armed conflict and generalized violence have taken place in several regions of the world. Such processes, have impacted the lives of uncountable persons in different ways. Forced human migration is one of them, a form of migration that has been identified as forced displacement. Forced displacement usually occurs within the...
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  • Featured Posts
    03 Nov 2016
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    Even though the demographic division of the populace had been 95 percent of Muslims to five percent of that of Hindus, peace and Kashmiriyat had prevailed in the valley since generations. The Kashmiri Muslims or Hindus had rarely suffered from the damaged  pangs which had linked the Indian and the Pakistani nation from each other until and unless...
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  • Featured Posts
    02 Nov 2016
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    It’s been one year now since the “migration crisis” peaked in Europe and over 35,000 unaccompanied migrant children arrived to Sweden in 2015, mainly from Afghanistan and Syria, but also from Iraq, Eritrea and Somalia, nine in ten being boys. I started working in a transit shelter, squeezing the journeys of over a hundred teenager boys aged between...
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  • Featured Posts
    26 Oct 2016
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    Over the course of the year 2016, 144,211 men, women and children braved a wall of unimaginable and sometimes lethal obstacles to land on Italy’s coasts. For many refugees and migrants desperate to escape a life of destitution and destruction, reaching Italy means summiting the first peak of the journey towards safe haven where they may establish a more...
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  • 14 Nov 2016
    0
    There is a difference between passive goodness and active goodness, which is, in my opinion, the giving of one’s time and energy in the alleviation of pain and suffering. It entails giving out, finding out, and helping those, who are suffering and in danger, and, not merely in leading an exemplary life in a purely passive way by...
    Read More
  • 06 Nov 2016
    0
    The notion of displacement For centuries, processes of armed conflict and generalized violence have taken place in several regions of the world. Such processes, have impacted the lives of uncountable persons in different ways. Forced human migration is one of them, a form of migration that has been identified as forced displacement. Forced displacement usually occurs within the...
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  • 03 Nov 2016
    0
    Even though the demographic division of the populace had been 95 percent of Muslims to five percent of that of Hindus, peace and Kashmiriyat had prevailed in the valley since generations. The Kashmiri Muslims or Hindus had rarely suffered from the damaged  pangs which had linked the Indian and the Pakistani nation from each other until and unless...
    Read More
  • 02 Nov 2016
    0
    It’s been one year now since the “migration crisis” peaked in Europe and over 35,000 unaccompanied migrant children arrived to Sweden in 2015, mainly from Afghanistan and Syria, but also from Iraq, Eritrea and Somalia, nine in ten being boys. I started working in a transit shelter, squeezing the journeys of over a hundred teenager boys aged between...
    Read More
  • 26 Oct 2016
    0
    Over the course of the year 2016, 144,211 men, women and children braved a wall of unimaginable and sometimes lethal obstacles to land on Italy’s coasts. For many refugees and migrants desperate to escape a life of destitution and destruction, reaching Italy means summiting the first peak of the journey towards safe haven where they may establish a more...
    Read More