14 November 2018

Category : Culture

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Benghazi to Shake Off the Dust of War and Launch a Festival of Taste

Mouez Benrejeb
Benghazi is in the frame of activating the tourism and commercial movement within the city after liberation from terrorism. It supports the aspirations of visitors keen to head the Festival of Taste in Benghazi. The Festival of Taste is as distinctive as it is important The festival of taste is
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Locals Manage Littered Graves After Undas, Filipino Day of the Dead

Jhon Joseph Ocampo
Trash has been a world problem for years. Throughout many countries, it has paved the way for different calamities and controversies regarding the management of mankind. In the Philippines, it’s no different. Especially after the Undas festival. A yearly cost to the environment After the annual Undas celebration, trash piles

Unschooling: Can Children Learn Without Being Taught?

Mariana Abeid McDougall
Unschooling: What is it, Why is It, and Does It Work? Unschooling, in its most simplistic explanation, means letting children direct their own learning. Most unschoolers believe that children do not need to be taught; they are constantly learning on their own. Coined by John Holt in the 1970s, the
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A Menace to Pakistan – Child Marriages

Iram Ghafoor
Source: https://bolojawan.com/how-child-marriages-in-pakistan-are-hurting-our-little-girls/ Deeply rooted in traditions, customs and cultural beliefs, child marriage is a menace to the Pakistani society. The traditional practices of child marriages are against the Islamic laws and rules of marriage. Islam is, undeniably, a religion which has provided dignity to the women and children. It is
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