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Why society needs more troublemakers
It’s sweet to be agreeable—but what a vibrant, healthy society really needs is principled troublemakers.
Society asks more of schools than it did a generation ago
Teachers are now expected to be social workers, speech therapists and keep an eye on pupils’ health, the UK Education Secretary has suggested.
More and more French believe Islam is compatible with society
While the role of Islam in French society has long been a divisive and inflammatory topic a new study suggests people in France are now more accepting of the religion.
Women fight for a voice, space in civil society
The space for civil society organizations is shrinking around the world, with particular impacts on women activists and human rights defenders who face additional barriers due to their gender.
High growth, strong civil society must to end poverty
Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said higher growth and a vibrant civil society are necessary to alleviate poverty.
High growth, strong civil society must to end poverty
Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said higher growth and a vibrant civil society are necessary to alleviate poverty.
Pres. Rouhani lauds role of humanities on reforming society
Inaugurating the 8th Farabi Intl. Award on Sun., President Hassan Rouhani highlighted the significant role of humanities on development of all aspects of society including economy, politics and culture.
Culture minister: Cinema vital for reducing social ills
Iran's Culture Minister Reza Salehi-Amiri said that cinema plays a pivotal role in reducing social ills.
Activities of Leisure Time Society
Leisure time is when one is in a good mood.
Iran Red Crescent Society keen on humanitarian cooperation with EU
President of Iran Red Crescent Society said on Saturday that IRCS is currently involved in humanitarian operations in Yemen, Syria and Iraq and that the agency is keen on cooperation with the European states on humanitarian issues.
Pundit : Trump exploits angst within segments of society
US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump uses the angst of segments of the American society who see their standard of living falling to fuel his campaign, says Professor Dennis Etler, who has a decades-long interest in politics.
Society set for climate change woe
Human societies will soon start to experience adverse effects from manmade climate change, a prominent economist has warned.
DPV president: Iran a very open society
Interview with Deutscher Presse Verband President Christian Zarm By Farzam Vanaki

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