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rights4girls Apr 15
Dear , there's as an underage 'sex worker' as kids can't consent. Cyntoia Brown was a child sex trafficking victim. Please don't sanitize her abuse & exploitation.
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rights4girls May 17
Dear , 14 year olds aren’t engaged in “sex work”— they’re trafficked & exploited in the sex trade. Kids can’t consent.
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Bryony Shannon Apr 28
Winners and losers Heroes and ‘the vulnerable’ Healthy people and ‘those with underlying health conditions’ The rulers and the ruled Are we really all in this together? My new blog on the metaphors and labels of
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Jemar Tisby Apr 7
Historians constantly reiterate the principle that events have actors. We avoid passive sentence constructions because people made choices and they have responsibility and culpability. Real, actual people designed the policies and systems that kill Black folks.
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LGB Alliance Apr 11
Are you up for an incisive philosophical discussion of some muddled and baleful uses of language? Fasten your seatbelts, have another cup of coffee and a few Easter eggs if you are so inclined, and read this.
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TeenMentalHealth.Org Apr 9
When we talk about we want to use the correct terms so that we don’t perpetuate stereotypes. That’s where comes in (which, happens to be our specialty). To learn more:
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Sarah Ferguson Apr 9
Calls out bogus language on the “great leveller”
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English-Vocabulary May 19
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Partha S Kar Apr 2
Document launched to prevent COVID-19 fake news spread and increase reliability on verified information in times of too
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Joanna Foster Mar 3
Are people ‘hard to reach’ or is it more the case that they are easy to ignore? Beyond exciting to be training a group of frontline practitioners who ask a question like this when talking about their work with children and families
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WILPF May 20
" language evokes an us/them tension that is inherently problematic". Susan T. Jackson and Christoph Laucht explore the real life consequences of using military language, and recommend how to avoid these issues.
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LGB Alliance Apr 11
Language matters. One of the words you won’t find us using is “cis”. Why? Here is a good explanation.
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Language on the Move May 13
RT : “Could memes go down in the archives as one of South Africans’ best defenses against a pandemic?” A look at how multilingual humor helps provide resilience in minority language communities.
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Pamela Libra 🇨🇦 May 6
Please, can we stop calling incontinence products for older children and adults “diapers”? If you must refer to them at all, try “briefs”. It’s about dignity.
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Charlotte Davies 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 May 20
This language is unfortunately heard all too often! People are not ‘hard to reach’ or ‘disengaged’ or ‘disaffected’ orrr (take a pick from a long repertoire of words that people with power (including the third sector) use to describe other fellow humans!) STOP🛑
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Stella Paris Mar 17
TWB is helping and others to limit the effects of the pandemic. can volunteer to help make accurate, reliable information available in as many languages as possible. Join here:
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Liz Bolton May 28
A really useful visual reminder of what phase 1 means in Scotland.
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iSERVE 2050 | #LeadershipMatters Nwanyịbùífé🔥#ABC May 5
"I am happy to confirm that the Federal Republic of NIGERIA on Monday 4th May, 2020 received $311,797,866.11 of the NIGERIAN ASSETS looted by the late dictator Abacha, and repatriated from the United States and the Bailiwick of Jersey." ____
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Bex Griffiths May 21
Not an easy read - we hear this type of language used in meetings about children often in passing and without intent to harm. But when we need to be careful and considerate with how we talk about any child especially in the context of their ethnicity and culture
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Mike Schiemer Mar 6
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