I remember sitting in the lobby of the Kempinski hotel in Cairo on a late afternoon in September 2011 chatting with …
Steven Cook of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) comments on the Egypt’s recent decision to downgrade its relations with Turkey.
How the bird got its name.
I remember learning this in Turkish language class in Istanbul.
Clever #Turkey Zaman ad w/ [Gezi] protestor and riot-policeman both reading paper. Journo there tells me “We need brotherhood+unity now more than ever.”
I wonder how convincing those who protested find it, though…
Dozens of men and women dressed in miniskirts have taken to the streets of Bogota to protest against sexual violence in Colombia. The demonstration took place outside a popular Bogota restaurant whose owner, Andres Jaramillo, recently said one of his clients deserved to be raped because of what he said was her provocative dress. And then she says she was raped — to atone for her sins!” Jaramillo told local media.
To better understand the issue of sexual assault on college campuses, we break down the research, studies and polls.
One of the sobering stats: 9 in 10 rapes on college campuses are perpetrated by serial rapists.
What implications does this have for institutions’ response? Are education and initiatives focused on consent the answer? Yesterday, during a sexual violence training at Princeton, Dr. David Lisak said no.