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#illridewithyou Social Media spreading Tolerance and Peace

On December 15th, 2014, Today, Australians and the world woke up to news spreading about what is dubbed the #SydneySiege where a suspected Islamic fanatic is taking an unconfirmed number of hostages in a local café in downtown Sydney displaying a black flag typically associated with Al Qaeda and other Islamist terrorist groups. At the

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What is the Gender Gap?

The gender gap is universally defined as the systematic differences in outcomes that men and women receive in the labor market. These differences are translated in terms of individuals (the ratio of men to women in the labor force), salary (relative incomes or hourly wages) and types of occupations they choose. The gender gap definition

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Would opening an LGBT school work?

Manchester is said to be the hosting ground for the first school in Britain for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth. The LGBT school, speculated to be opening its doors within the next three years, plans to take 40 full-time students from across the area and will offer up to 20 part-time places for young

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CyberBullying Laws in the USA Gain Traction

CyberBullying Laws in the USA We’re all familiar with the old saying, “Kids can be cruel.” Anyone who has ever had their lunch money taken by their elementary school nemesis understands the psychological toll that bullying can inflict on a child. and CyberBullying Laws in the USA are getting more familiar and more preventative every

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Twitter Strikes Down Revenge Porn and Doxxing

Twitter has recently announced a series of new rules, policies and measures to put a stop to various sorts of abuse on the social platform. These types of abuse include revenge porn, online bullying, harassment, threatening and “doxxing”. In case you are wondering, doxxing is the practice of publishing a person’s name and address without

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