Archives for posts with tag: health

By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey with Susan Sacirbey contributing
The diplomat-artist is not just in the form of the personality of the Goodwill Ambassador but also the vision and presentation of the avant-garde of global citizens: Once you are in the water you’ll discover it is more than a pool but a sea of change. –Read MORE–
http://diplomatartist.com/un-tv-production-technology-of-diplomat-artist/

Forgotten #Children as World Ignores a Current #Genocide
By, Susan Sacirbey – DiplomatArtist.com
Where is our humanity for the Rohingya?

 

 
A Call for “Help” from ‪#‎SouthSudan‬ !
By, Susan Sacirbey via DiplomatArtist Buzz
Close to South Sudan’s fifth year of independence in July, rival factional fighting erupted increasing displacement, food shortages, & sexual assault/rape for women in and outside of UN camps faced with the choice of food for their children or rape. –Read More–
From Diplomat Artist Buzz & Susan Sacirbey
So, where have we come in a year and a half to reject taboos, end discrimination, and further education providing adequate heath care for albinos who may suffer vision problems and susceptibility to infection including sunburn and skin cancers? Sadly we fail. — Read MORE —

Menstruation Is Not a Crime. Period.
By, Montclair Student Diplomat – KIrsten Kovats as publshed in Huffington Post
Read all about Kirsten’s interview with “Menstrupedia Comic’s” author Aditi Gupta, and the advances her book hold for girls and women in India & their empowerment. — MORE —
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/montclair-diplomats/menstruation-is-not-a-cri_b_9919618.html

By Montclair Student Diplomat, Sarah Levy, via Huffington Post
As a senior in college suffering from obsessive compulsive disorder & anxiety, I have important advice to share that I wish was given to me prior to entering college. Mental illness is a disorder and not a decision, but here are some factors you can make decisions on. — Read More —
From Diplomat Artist Buzz: Fond memories of a mid-1960’s TV and Oscar movie icon as well as champion of mental health. R.I.P. — More —