28 July 2014
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Raising the profile of hepatitis

Today is World Hepatitis Day. Although it kills around 1.4 million people every year, particularly affecting the developing world, viral hepatitis is very much a neglected disease. Daily Development speaks to Charles Gore, President of the World Hepatitis Alliance, to learn about the response to the disease and to find out what is being done to raise its profile.

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28 July 2014
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Global goals that matter

“If it wasn’t for the Millennium Development Goals, I probably wouldn’t be here,” said Pablo Aguilera, a young man living with HIV, at an event in May about the global development agenda.

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25 July 2014
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Miles apart, ­sisters in pain

Abuse of women is found everywhere in the world, irrespective of culture, continent or social status. Most countries adhere to the principle of gender equality in theory, or even by law, but many countries not in practice. It is a good sign when civil society begins to oppose domestic violence—as is increasingly happening in Nigeria and India.

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24 July 2014
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Refugee for a lifetime

Many of the South Sudanese who fled the country after the outbreak of violence in December last year were only resuming the lives of refugees after a short break. During the thirty-year civil war, in which South Sudan finally gained independence from Sudan, many people had lived in refugee camps in neighboring countries.

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23 July 2014
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Transforming anger into nonviolent power

Anger, rage and a desire for revenge are all reasonable and justified in the face of armed attacks, abuse and exploitation. What matters is what we do with these things.

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22 July 2014
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Disability Rights Are Human Rights

“When I was young, German law prohibited children with disabilities from attending regular schools. However, my father, who was the only doctor in the village, petitioned the headmaster and told him that he would not treat the headmaster’s children if I was unable to attend the regular school,” writes Theresia Degener.

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