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Women and Children's Rights: Draft Resolutions in the Third Committee

The November 22nd meeting began with a report of UN spending and proposed draft resolutions on preventing and combating corrupt practices and facilitating asset recovery. The Committee Secretary and the representative of Colombia stressed the importance of crime prevention and criminal justice. 230 more words

Sustainability

Former Guatemalan Soldier Charged With Massacring Civilians

A U.S. resident has been linked to a 1982 attack on the village of Dos Erres in Guatemala that led to the deaths of about 250 children, women and unarmed men. 375 more words

Justice

Morning Prayer 9.1.17, Julia Chester Emery, Lay Missioner & Founder of United Thank Offering, 1922

In Christ we have also obtained an inheritance, having been destined according to the purpose of him who accomplishes all things according to his counsel and will, so that we, who were the first to set our hope on Christ, might live for the praise of his glory. 2,866 more words

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From Guambía to Govan: Reflections on indigenousness, immigration and cultural memories

by Dr Alvaro Francisco Huertas Rosero and Dr Svenja Meyerricks

The territory is the centre point from which resources flow – resources which make up communities, livelihoods, animals, plants, ancestors, the land and the emotional fabric of the people who inhabit it. 2,105 more words

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