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Immaculate is a lovely and charming lady. Who like to learn always. She is strong and flexible. Confidence is her number one principle. To be independent Leaving in a curruptive country.
WELL I AM AN M.B.A STUDENT, AN I.A.S ASPIRANT 2. I LIVE IN ONE OF THE BLACK HOLES OF THIS WORLD THE LOST HEAVEN(KASHMIR), WHERE APPARENTLY, ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE TODAY. THIS IS AN OPEN TRUTH THAT THIS BLACK HOLE IS THE CROWN OF INDIA, DO YOU KNOW WHY? MANAGEMENT, PLANNING AND LAW.
From a very early age, I’ve believed that when confronted with injustice one has a duty to try to right it. When I was eight, my six year old brother was hit in the head with a wad of hardened gum pried from under the seat of the school bus by an older bully type. When I told the bus driver he instructed me to “sit down and shut up” and yelled at my brother to quit his crying.
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I have known worldpulse organization from your magazine. I have known more about our women who are suffering from many difficulties. I am a student of AUW school in Bangladesh and I have to study for my future. And now I can decide on my life, that is to contribute to help our women over the world including my country-vietnam.
I am the Director and founder of Sunny Skies Women's project that empowers women through skills develop,ent and enabling them to live a better life. It has not been an easy task but siomehow i have got there because i have commited myself to the cause and plight of the women.
I've always been a feminist. I struggled with patriarchy in the private space as well as inside me. Feminism is an inexhaustible source of energy and healing power for me. I believe in a women's revolution to the world. I believe in autonomy and in the community, On the strength of the written and visual.
I believe in the body, love and sex.
I've decided to document my attempts to plan and prepare for a year of living what most people in my day to day life refer to as "stupidly" - that is, I want to take time off to participate in service learning projects in developing countries.
I’m a human rights journalist in action. I have worked on various projects with organizations like WITNESS, Journalists for Human Rights and Alternatives. I have also previously worked in Cairo, Egypt with Al-Shehab, a small, local NGO working in one of Cairo’s largest slums. I co-directed a short documentary on the lack of access to safe and sanitary drinking water.
Kimberly Christensen, MA, MFTi is an intern under the supervision of Licensed Clinical Social Worker Gary Reiss, PhD, of the Portland Process Work Institute. Kimberly offers somatic-focused psychotherapy with adults and couples. She is working on a PhD in Depth Psychology, emphasis in Somatic Studies, and uses expressive arts, gestalt therapy, and symbolic methods.
I am a multimedia journalist with a lot of 'Been there, Done that' stories. I report/blog/ videoblog and make documentaries on development and environment issues. Presently my own boss, I have earlier worked as a news reporter for ETV, MSN, was a media campaigner for Greenpeace and the Communications Director of Video Volunteers - world's largest community media organization.