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Drexel University
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Economy, Energy, Gender, Science
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I am a 20 year old American college student hoping to exchange ideas and build relationships with other members of the Global Ethics Network.

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Take My Hand

Posted on July 7, 2013 at 7:30pm 1 Comment

Tara Knox

Drexel University

United States

Hand Wall at Glencree Center for Peace and Reconciliation in Whicklow, Ireland. Glencree works towards peacebuilding between divided areas such as Northern Ireland, Southern Ireland, Britain, the Middle East and other worldwide locations. …


Write it down, so it's real

Posted on July 7, 2013 at 7:00pm 0 Comments

Tara Knox

Drexel University

United States

Student signing her name to the Peace Wall on the Protestant side of Belfast, Northern Ireland. The Peace Wall is somewhat contradictory since it actually separates Belfast in two; Protestants live on one side of the wall, Catholics on the other. The wall is kept up by the government on request of the people. Although the Peace Wall divides the city in two, it still symbolizes hope. The wall reminds Belfast residents that they…


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