The Limits of Our Compassion

From the widespread protests in Colombia, US, Palestine, Afghanistan to climate change urgent pleas and disaster emergencies, how are humans valuing each other’s lives?

By Natalia Bonilla

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The Hidden Need for Early Menstrual Education 

In nearly 10 years, Uruguayan social enterprise Eco-Ser has provided sustainable menstrual products, services and training materials in their native country. Their launch of the Menstrupedia Comic in the Latin America and Caribbean (LAC) region has sparked a groundbreaking interest in breaking period taboos in familiar and community settings but at state-levels, other dynamics are taking place.

By Natalia Bonilla 

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Haiti’s Resilience Inspires Beyond Borders

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Our hearts and prayers go out to countries, regions and states whenever they are hit with natural disasters. The term ‘resilient’ is often used to describe those who survive under unfathomable circumstances. Due to their history, Haitians have integrated this word as part of who they are and for a very good reason. 

Special Report by Cristina Ramirez Doval 

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VIDEO. Kim Loh on Compassion & Conflict Resolution

Conversations: Interview with Kimberly Loh

The power of a conversation to transform us for the better is underrated.

A newly released book by interdisciplinary researchers Diane Musho Hamilton, Gabriel Menegale Wilson, and Kimberly Myosai Loh is shedding light on how compassionate dialogue can create long-lasting social change.

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