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Calling Medical Specialists

Started Apr 10, 2013 0 Replies

 Introduction:Delta Women is a non-profit (NGO) organization dedicated to impacting the lives of the Delta state women worldwide. Our aim is to enable women to enhance and develop their quality of…Continue

Intelligence brief: A Sudanese Arab Spring and the prospects for opposition unity

Started Feb 22, 2013 0 Replies

Economic turmoil and recent street protests have led some analysts and media commentators to speculate that Sudan is moving towards a popular uprising reminiscent of those witnessed in 1964 and…Continue

Internships with A38

Started Oct 7, 2012 0 Replies

Are you in Law School? Do you enjoy International Law? A38 is now accepting applications for virtual/web-based internships from all over the world. Spread over three months, these internships can…Continue

Call for Papers: Volume I, Issue 4

Started Oct 7, 2012 0 Replies

The A38 Journal of International Law (ISSN 2277-9361) is a quarterly academic journal, published online, that seeks to provide an international forum for the publication of articles in the field of…Continue

 

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Calling Medical Specialists

 Introduction:Delta Women is a non-profit (NGO) organization dedicated to impacting the lives of the Delta state women worldwide. Our aim is to enable women to enhance and develop their quality of life, thereby becoming the architects of their own futures and lives by presenting opportunities for spiritual, educational, and economic transformation. Delta Women is committed to empowering women, strengthening families and transforming their communities in the process- RequirementsDelta Women is…See More
Apr 10, 2013
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Intelligence brief: A Sudanese Arab Spring and the prospects for opposition unity

Economic turmoil and recent street protests have led some analysts and media commentators to speculate that Sudan is moving towards a popular uprising reminiscent of those witnessed in 1964 and 1985.Despite the presence in Sudan of many of the preconditions that led to recent uprisings elsewhere the Middle East and North Africa, a Sudanese ‘Arab Spring’ is assessed as unlikely in the short-term.…See More
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16 Days of SAYING NO TO VIOLENCE!

One of the biggest causes that DeltaWomen supports is Fighting Violence against Women. This November, the 16 Days Campaign at Delta Women is going to be an all-out event, telling you stories from the field, involving YOUR participation and a widespread visual campaign. So here’s what we have lined up:1. 16 Real Life Stories: We invite you to write to us at deltawomenblogging@gmail.com with YOUR story, telling us your life under violence, and how…See More
Aug 16, 2012
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A38 Journal of International Law: Call for Papers: Volume I, Issue 3

Call for Papers: Volume I, Issue 3The A38 Journal of International Law (ISSN 2277-9361) is a quarterly academic journal, published online, that seeks to provide an international forum for the publication of articles in the field of International Law. The Journal is currently soliciting submissions for Volume I, Issue 3, which will be published October 2012. The submission deadline for Issue 3 is August 31, 2012. We welcome submissions from academicians, practitioners, students, researchers and…See More
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"I would love to assist in any way I can "
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Call for Volunteers/Interns

Deltawomen is seeking volunteers to assist in systemic research projects in pertinence to Financial Inclusion of Women and inculcating awareness on the issue in developing countries. Delta Women has a four-part vision that helps guide its course: §  To be a contributory force in the emancipation of women by helping them cope with the rigors of the 21st century.§  To assist in the dispensing of myths that have held women bound to the shackles of the past.§  To encourage women’s voices to be…See More
Jul 13, 2012

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The A38 Consultancy is an International Law Consultancy that offers solid research services in any field of International Law.

Journal of International Law is an online, open-access and peer-reviewed journal that offers a wide cross section of academic writing in pertinence to varied aspects of International Law.


An idea that germinated from the seed of deep-seated interest and intrigue in the field of International Law, A38 started as a International Law Consultancy, which was the product of the joint effort of siblings, Kirthi and Karthik Jayakumar. Seeking to make available to the researching student with limited resources in different aspects of International Law, the best of scholastic opinion and academic ideas, the idea of an online journal was born. The journal is devoted to the intricate weft of concepts, subjects and fields under the ambit of International Law, and aspires to offer up a forum to the world of academia that would enable the creation of an environment for the furtherance of intellectual pursuits consequent to a global exchange of ideas, dissemination of information and copious debate on topical issues in International Law.

The name of the Consultancy and the Journal stands for Article Thirty Eight, which is the specific provision under the Statute of the International Court of Justice that enumerates the "sources of International Law". The tagline of the journal reads Where Knowledge is the Common Heritage of Mankind, amplifying the highest value attached to making knowledge readily available in the public domain for anyone and everyone seeking to derive benefits from it.

The Journal is essentially an endeavour to carve a niche in cyberspace, to establish an immersion centre of sorts and a hotbed of discussion and academic development. In a bid to offer quality over quantity, the journal will operate as a Quarterly Publication.
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Hindi, Spanish
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Alternative Dispute Resolution, Anti-Corruption, Conflict Resolution, Democratization, Development, Diplomacy, Economics, Education, Environment, Gender, Human Rights, Humanitarian Relief, Nonviolence, Peacebuilding, Peacekeeping, Refugees, Rule of Law, Security, Terrorism, Violence Prevention, Youth
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At 5:06pm on July 14, 2012, Shanila said…

HI id be interested to talk?skype with you about this project... sw22652@my.open.ac.uk

 
 
 

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