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All the best of 2016--What does your list look like?

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The year that was. 


The great humanitarian crises in Syria and other Middle Eastern countries, the rise of nationalism in Germany, the terror threats/incidents in France, Germany, Iraq and Turkey and so on, multiple terror threats thwarted in Australia over Christmas, Brexit in Britain, Trump in the US, a killer president in the Philippines…oh, wow, get those fireworks happening!  563 more words

WEP: in Translation

Yolanda and Denise of the WEP website encouraged me to write to this challenge, but it wasn’t easy. For a long time, I couldn’t come up with anything on the theme of Utopian Dreams. 980 more words

Olga Godim

#WEPff entry--flash fiction for Utopian Dreams--Venice's Black Cape

Greetings of the season to you! Those of you who haven’t shut down for the holiday season, thank you for coming by. Write…Edit…Publish (WEP) is happening this month when we post our responses to the prompt, Utopian Dreams. 1,066 more words

Women's Equality and the Richmond Park By Election

“My problem is Caroline, women’s equality is a single issue for a pressure group, not a platform for a political party” – so sayeth my intelligent politically minded friends who are wondering if I’ve joined a cult with my sudden leap feet first back into the world of politics with the… 689 more words


Compartilhando Conhecimento - Quebra de senha Wi-Fi (WPA2)

Olá pessoal,

Estou aqui novamente para escrever sobre segurança da informação mas, desta vez, irei colocar aqui os testes que venho fazendo e compartilhar minhas pesquisas e estudos. 1,245 more words

Segurança Da Informação

Why I just joined the Women's Equality Party.

This weekend I agreed to go along with my mum to the first ever party conference of the Women’s Equality Party. My mum’s been a member for a few months now, and having received almost weekly persuasions to join, I accepted her invitation for a what sounded like an exciting weekend in Manchester where I hoped the conference would tackle some of the main reasons I’ve been hesitant about the party. 1,034 more words



Before I knew my host family I just knew when I was going to leave: August. That was all for a few months, then in May a call came: it was WEP (my exchange organization) and they told me that an host-family picked me, but before I knew who was the family I need to agree to eat vegetarian for a year. 177 more words