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The WHO and UN: Women Health and Gender Equality

By Women’s Agenda What would a true global agenda addressing Women Health and Gender Inequailties address? Given massive disparities in what women and girls experience internationally, it’s hard to quickly answer such a question. However, the World Health Organisation along with a number of key United Nations bodies are attempting to do so, in a series of new papers released this week, along…

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Amanda Gorman Won Everyone Over With Her Powerful Poem

Written by Clarissa-Jan Lim and Amber Jamieson “I didn’t think that I was going to cry during the inauguration but then Amanda Gorman happened.” Amanda Gorman made her mark as the youngest inaugural poet in the country’s history, winning over new fans with a powerful reading of her poem, “The Hill We Climb,” at President Biden’s inauguration Wednesday. The 22-year-old…

Celebrate World Children’s Day with us on Friday, November 20th at 12pm EST.

Celebrating the Children of the World.. Global Newborn Solutions and Global Connections for Women Celebrate World Children’s Day. Click here to register: Let’s Celebrate the World Children’s Day together. Belmont, Massachusetts: On Prematurity Awareness Day, Global Newborn Solutions announced their first event celebrating World Children’s Day to be held on November 20th at 12:00 pm-1:30 pm EST. Global Newborn Solutions invites you…

5 Things to Look For On a College Campus That Benefit Mental Health

By Carly Drake, North Central College and Diane Bruce Anstine, North Central College Researchers have studied college students’ mental health for decades. Even in the 1920s, it was clear that the many stresses of higher education – like academic demands, post-graduation plans and financial concerns – wear on students. This stress can incite new mental health concerns and worsen existing ones, such as anxiety and depression. Sleep…