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Bangladesh's all female success story: AUW's First Graduates take on the World

Louise Allain, 30th January 2014

AUW is an independent, international university for women located in Chittagong, Bangladesh. The University focuses on providing a high-quality liberal arts and sciences education to future women leaders, regardless of their background.

The Prevailing Social and Educational Poverty for those with Intellectual Disability in Africa

Louise Allain, 28th January 2014

Next month in the Malawian capital of Lilongwe, Special Olympics along with the Republic of Malawi and a host of other stakeholders and charities will hold the African Leaders Forum on Disability. Siddharth Chatterjee of IFRC and David Evangelista of Special Olympics discuss the impact this forum will have on Africa's disabled population and why it is vital that action is taken to provide options for children and their carers.

'Child Bride' : Two words that don't belong together

Louise Allain, 13th January, 2014

Siddharth Chatterjee, Chief Diplomat and Head of Strategic Partnerships at the IFRC, writes a stirring article in HuffPost's 'The Blog' this weekend about his personal outrage at the ongoing humanitarian blight in South Asia of the cultural acceptance of child brides.