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A Continuing Experiment in Love

A Continuing Experiment in Love

Nashid Fareed-Ma'at | Human Rights
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Published: Jun 2016
Downloads: 73
Pages: 93

In 1958, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. published an article titled: An Experiment in Love. This e-book, A Continuing Experiment in Love, uses that article as a framework to present an in-depth overview of Nonviolence and how King’s approach is rooted in the stream of love. In addition, King’s...

Flare: Opinions (Law, Human Rights and Politics)

Flare: Opinions (Law, Human Rights and Politics)

Ankur Mutreja | Human Rights
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Published: Jan 2016
Downloads: 136
Pages: 54

Opinions are like flare, which can turn either way: They can spread like wild fire or encapsulate themselves within the bounds of personal integrity and thus illuminate. Recently, I published a comprehensive book of my writings entitled "Writings @ Ankur Mutreja", and the present book is a short...


Loving the Dandelions

Loving the Dandelions

Daniel Roth | Human Rights
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Published: Aug 2015
Downloads: 83
Pages: 28

We live in a dangerous, scary world. Most kids are lucky enough to be sheltered from the worst of it. Unfortunately, for far too many the world is a confusing and scary place. This book is dedicated to the kids of the world who are marginalized and hurting for any reason and for the ordinary...

Keith John - Behind the Child Abuse

Keith John - Behind the Child Abuse

Ben | Human Rights
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Published: Mar 2015
Downloads: 124
Pages: 56

Keith John is a story of an Australian family spanning four generations. It describes the conditions of how sexual and physical abuse can occur and how to overcome the dilemma.

Does Islam Snatch the Rights of Women?

Does Islam Snatch the Rights of Women?

P.Zainul Abideen | Human Rights
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Published: Dec 2014
Downloads: 400
Pages: 145

Does Islam snatch the Rights of Women? In this book, all the accusations concerning the woman are answered in detail. Moreover, a question is put forth “why did Prophet Mohamed alone marry more woman than other men?” To answer this, a separate book is published. It was titled ‘why did...

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Heroes You May Not Know

Heroes You May Not Know

Robert S. Swiatek | Human Rights
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Published: Jul 2014
Downloads: 354
Pages: 167

Through the ages there have been inspiring people from all over the world. These leaders are still here today and can be athletes, businessmen, politicians, religious or artists. Some in this book include Bronner, Bates, Baker, Bonhoeffer, Bergoglio, Wilkinson, Wilberforce, Martin, Montgomery...

Poverty by Dave John Cole

Poverty by Dave John Cole

Dave Cole | Human Rights
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Published: Jun 2014
Downloads: 270
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A photographic study of poverty in Thailand from October 2013 to June 214. Dave John Cole, a photographer, spent months exploring and photographing the real Bangkok. These are the stories and photos of those people.

Integrating Internal Displacement in Peace Processes and Agreements

Integrating Internal Displacement in Peace Processes and Agreements

Gerard McHugh | Human Rights
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Published: Feb 2014
Downloads: 55
Pages: 85

Leading experts on mediation and the plight of internally displaced persons (IDPs) collaborated to produce this handbook, which gives mediators the tools they need to incorporate IDP's concerns into peace processes and agreements.


Informal Justice and the International Community in Afghanistan

Informal Justice and the International Community in Afghanistan

Noah Coburn | Human Rights
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Published: Feb 2014
Downloads: 42
Pages: 96

Informal justice is an often debated yet poorly understood concept in Afghanistan. Generally, it refers to a series of mechanisms, such as local councils (shuras and jirgas), that are outside of the state’s direct control—though not necessarily beyond its influence and that are used to resolve...

You're Not Alone

You're Not Alone

U.S. Department of Justice | Human Rights
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Published: Feb 2014
Downloads: 84
Pages: 76

The journey from abduction to empowerment.

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