Monthly Archives: May 2012

Myanmar: Rozeya’s Passion for Learning

Myanmar: Rozeya’s Passion for Learning

By Kitty McKinsey. Via UNHCR.
With her quiet voice and demure manner, 21-year-old Rozeya is not an obvious pioneer. But over a large swathe of Myanmar’s northern Rakhine state, this young Muslim woman’s steely determination to overcome obstacles is convincing …

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Golden Opportunity

Golden Opportunity

“We will be celebrating our golden wedding anniversary—50 years as a married couple—on 29 April. We want to use this occasion to help the people affected by the disaster in Iligan City. Is this possible?”

Background. On 16/17 December 2011, …

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Thanks, and thanks again.

Thanks, and thanks again.

Welcome to the enhanced CFSI website!  Long in the making, it represents a significant step forward vis-à-vis CFSI’s commitment to greater engagement with, as well as accountability to, its various publics.  Over the next couple of weeks, we will be …

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Missing Peace

Missing Peace

In September 2006, CFSI convened a regional workshop on “Protecting life, well-being and dignity: Promoting the Human Security of uprooted people in the ASEAN region.” The gathering brought together international and national policymakers, academics, policymakers, social activists, national and international …

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