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February 27, 2014

Ethical Considerations in Childhood Sexual Abuse

Research, Sexual & Domestic Violence, Stanford Branch

by Nicolle Richards In Guatemala, a criminal is more likely to die in a car crash than go to prison. The conviction rate for murder, is a mere 3%. Violence is not an anomaly - it is part of e... read more

Death by Childbirth: Obstetric Fistula

February 4, 2014

Death by Childbirth: Obstetric Fistula

Maternal Health, Penn Branch, Research

Areas where prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation are currently taking place across the world. Source: http://www.endfistula.org/public/pid/8424 Death by Childbirth: Obstetric Fistula by ... read more

Women at Penn: Shayna Golkow

January 28, 2014

Women at Penn: Shayna Golkow

Penn Branch, Research

Women at Penn: Shayna Golkow (’14) Earlier this month, Research Committee member Madeleine McClintic sat down with Shayna Golkow, a Religious Studies major at Penn, to discuss her thesis work o... read more

Kathryn Bolkovac speaks at Penn for UNICEF Hunger Banquet

January 19, 2014

Kathryn Bolkovac speaks at Penn for UNICEF Hunger Banquet

Human Trafficking, Penn Branch, Research, Sexual & Domestic Violence

By Gloria Huangpu As part of Penn for UNICEF’s annual Hunger Banquet last November, former UN worker and subject of the movie The Whistleblower, Kathryn Bolkovac, spoke about ending human trafficki... read more