On July 23, 2014, the world stood together to recognize the hundreds of Nigerian schoolgirls still missing 100 days after their kidnapping by Boko Haram. Across Africa, Asia, Europe, and North America, candlelight vigils were attended by individuals, religious groups, and organizations, all imploring the safe return of the Chibok schoolgirls. By making the commitment to stand together, the participating countries demonstrated that this tragedy is about more than just these girls. The global vigil highlighted the importance of primary education, reproductive health, food security, and human rights for girls and women across the globe.
Read the full blog by Pulitzer Center grantees Amelia Warshaw and Jennifer Koons, featuring photos and details about projects done by our other grantees and staff members on the topic of education of girls around the world.
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Our friends on the Global Attitudes team surveyed 36,619 people in 32 emerging and developing countries to look at how the increasing use of the internet affects people’s daily lives in places around the globe.
What they found:
Globally, internet access varies widely.
People see the internet as a good influence on education, but are skeptical of its effect on morality.
The young, well-educated and English speakers use the internet more frequently.
Cell phones are nearly universal, but smartphones are less commonplace.
150324 Jung Yonghwa visits FNC Global Training Center
in Shanghai Yonghwa visited FNC GTC in Shanghai yesterday with CEO Han after the press conference. Yonghwa interacted with students, shared success secrets & stories and gave encouragement to everyone!~ [Spanish] Yonghwa visitó FNC Global Training Center
en Shanghai ayer junto al CEO Han después de la conferencia de prensa. Yonghwa interactuó con los estudiantes, compartió los secretos e historias de éxito y les dio ánimo a todos! ~
Spanish Trans: CNBLUE.cl | Eng Trans: CNBYonghwa Source: fncgtcshanghai’s weibo Take out only with full credits / Tomar sólo con créditos completos