Social media and elections: Helpful or hurtful to women?

By Alexis Weaver

September 13, 2019   |   0 comments

As public debate and politics has moved online with the growth of social media, so too has election-related violence against women Alexis Weaver explains how this violence damages democracy and what can be done to mitigate it....
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Providing hope to youth in the face of ‘logical despair’

By Rebecca Sewall

August 12, 2019   |   0 comments

In 2015, suicide eclipsed maternal mortality as the leading cause of death for adolescent girls worldwide. Creative’s Rebecca Sewall explains the concept of logical despair and how providing agency and hope could help reduce this rise....
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Afghanistan’s 2 percent challenge

By Dean Piedmont

July 31, 2019   |   0 comments

As Afghanistan peace talks continue another set of discussions are simultaneously taking place: What happens to the former fighters? Creative’s Dean Piedmont provides insight into a way forward for the reintegration of former Taliban fighters....
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