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Back Alley Abortions in Zambia

Zambia is a landlocked country located in the southern part of Africa. Since its independence, Zambia has remained peaceful. Zambia despite its liberal education has remained a Christian nation. In government schools, students are taught about every religion including Buddhism, Hinduism, and Islam, students are also taught Christianity in a factual, unemotional non- evangelistic way. The interesting thing is religious education is not compulsory when you consider the fact … Continue reading Back Alley Abortions in Zambia

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Corruption In Zambia

  President Lungu’s Mind on Corruption Every reasonable citizen would expect a President of a country to be on higher moral ground, transparent, to have Integrity, accountable and having the interest of the nation at heart, at the minimum. It has become easy for anyone with a pulse to know the mind of the Zambian President, Edgar Chagwa Lungu, concerning corruption in the country without … Continue reading Corruption In Zambia

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Aid in Zambia | How much aid is too much aid?

  Zambia is a former British colony, it got its independence from Britain in 1964. After 1964 British born citizens started departing for South Africa fearing resentment. Most of the British people who lived in Zambia lived in the Copperbelt and most of them were miners. In my view, Zambia has still not recovered economically because of the lack of handover when the British people left. This, … Continue reading Aid in Zambia | How much aid is too much aid?

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Analysis |Sudanese Australians and Crime

The police in Victoria at the start of the year admitted that Melbourne has a problem with African Sudanese street gangs. The police minister Lisa Neville prior to the admission defended their handling of youth crimes. This comes after the Federal government said, “African gang crime was out of control because of the lenient policies” Street gang’s crime has become priority issues for both sides of … Continue reading Analysis |Sudanese Australians and Crime

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Five Reasons that makes South Sudan one of the most dangerous places on Earth

Photo credit Flickr South Sudan is almost the size of France, it is located in east-central  Africa and is the world newest country. South Sudan has a population of 11 million and is one of the poorest nations on earth. It is underdeveloped and has a literacy rate of 27 per cent, it has 55 kilometres of paved roads, and oil exports what mainly drives … Continue reading Five Reasons that makes South Sudan one of the most dangerous places on Earth

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Mental Health and the Criminal Justice System

Mental health presents legal issues when crimes are committed, especially when dealing with killing or murder. Under Commonwealth law in Australia, unsoundness of mind can be used as a defence to a criminal charge. Application of this law means that people who are charged with a crime cannot enter a plea or be found guilty because of a mental disorder.Instead, they become forensic patients. For the courts to determine mental … Continue reading Mental Health and the Criminal Justice System

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The complexities of Prosecuting War time Sexual Violence

photo credit ICTY. Rape as the spoil of war can be seen throughout history, sexual violence during the war is often committed with the intention of terrorising the population, break up families, and in some cases, it is done with the intention of changing the ethnic makeup of the next generation. Rape is also used to deliberately infect women with HIV or render women from some minority groups … Continue reading The complexities of Prosecuting War time Sexual Violence