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I found myself in Lima, Peru on 15 July 2022, World Youth Skills Day, celebrating our uncle’s 74th birthday with my husband’s family in a...

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Encountering ethics formation has become a life-changing experience. Ethics have been not only an education tool, but also an opportunity of...

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Article taken from this longer text by Christoph Stückelberger, Globethics.net President & FounderWinning or losing or options in between? This...

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Dear partners, friends and colleagues,In the face of growing impunity, wilful greed, the distortion of values-driven communities, unquantifiable...

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This blog post is an edited version of the opening message presented by Rita Astfalck, outgoing Board member and former General Manager of the U.W....

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May 3 is World Press Freedom Day. Every year, this day acts to remind governments of the need to respect press freedom and media professionals of...

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A celebratory disruption and an invitation to action for living peacefully together across cultures. This could serve as a brief summary of the...

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“When I was a child, I spoke as a child; I thought as a child; I reasoned like a child. When I became an adult, I put an end to childish things....

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null Fear of COVID-19 Pandemic

In Kenya, we have 7 COVID-19 confirmed cases (as of writing this letter). I thank the Kenyan government for the quick response and measures taken towards the pandemic. However, here I have some fears that I would like to share with you. The persons with disabilities are at high risk to be easily infected since these people are the most disadvantaged group in society. I appeal to the Global community to come up with some measures for the safety of these innocent individuals.

- Mohammed Jilal, Kenya