Rape doesn’t rob your ‘izzat’: an Indian-American perspective on global sexual abuse struggles
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Rape doesn’t rob your ‘izzat’: an Indian-American perspective on global sexual abuse struggles

Today we hear a lesson from the front lines of Indian-American ambassadorship, from Dipika Gaur, a 4th year undergraduate student at NYU concentrating in Global Health Equity. Her primary area of interest is the integration of structures that combat socioeconomic barriers into health care delivery within resource limited settings, and you can read more about … Continue reading »

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Travel is Fatal to Bigotry
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Travel is Fatal to Bigotry

Today’s post comes from Everyday Ambassador’s Partnership Manager Meg VanDeusen. She is currently studying abroad in Amsterdam on and SIT Program titled The International Perspectives of Sexuality and Gender. They spent the past two weeks in Morocco exploring issues of Migration and Gender. When not traveling, Meg attends the University of North Carolina where she … Continue reading »

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