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  1. Despite 3rd sex recognition, life is hard for transgenders in Nepal


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    07 Oct 2013 | by Rajneesh Bhandari | LGBTQ - Original Feature With long curly hair and a particularly feminine outfit Neelam Paudel, is busy applying make-up. 21-year-old Neelam is transgender…

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    • El petróleo presal, un tesoro submarino y tecnológico de Brasil


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      Por Fabiana Frayssinet RÍO DE JANEIRO En reservorios ubicados hasta 7.000 metros de profundidad desde la superficie del mar y a más de 250 kilómetros de la costa, Brasil…

    • Torres petroleras invaden la tierra argentina de los mapuches


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      Por Fabiana Frayssinet SAN PATRICIO DEL CHAÑAR, Argentina - La tierra que hasta hace nada era el lugar de pastoreo de los mapuches en la Patagonia de Argentina, comienza a estar invadida…

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      • More Challenges For Antigua As Drought Continues


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        By Desmond Brown ST. JOHN'S, Antigua, Dec 29 2015 (IPS) – Climate change has brought with it many challenges for the people of Antigua and Barbuda. Residents here have been building…

      • Rags to Riches


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        From waste, to wealth, to world class - all this achieved in Payatas, the site for one of the Philippines’ largest dumpsites that is also home to thousands of families. Before, the women simple…

      • Imagining a way out of the crisis in Athens’ modern Agora


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        03 Oct 2013 | by Apostolis Fotiadis | Themes #ab4agora ì | Civil Society - Original Feature The 4th Biennale of Athens starts with one question – “And now what?” –…

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        • Pakistan's Bangle Industry Strangles Workers at Home


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          Zofeen Ebrahim visits a group of home-based workers in Pakistan's Hyderabad who work long hours for little pay and no recognition of the labour they perform.

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          • Mangroves Could Be Savior of Guyana’s Shrinking Coastline


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            With climate change robbing Guyana of some of its prime agricultural land, the government is looking to mangroves as a natural barrier to the rising seas.

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            • BRASIL: Mujeres de São Gonçalo se sobreponen a injusticias climáticas


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              En São Gonçalo, una de las ciudades de Brasil con mayor índice de pobreza, un grupo de mujeres logró sobreponerse a las inundaciones que en 2010 les arrebataron lo que…

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              • World Water Day


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                World Water Day on March 22nd gives us an opportunity to reflect on the one simple truth: water is life.

              • Antigua Beats Drought with New Crop Varieties


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                The Caribbean region’s bid to become food secure is in peril as farmers struggle to produce certain staple crops due to harsh drought conditions brought about by climate change. But scientists…

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                • Argentinian gays have learned how to tango


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                  26 Aug 2013 by Sebastián Lacunza | Civil Society - Original Feature For many decades, tango has been a dance with very well-defined roles according each traditional genders. The traditional…

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