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Muhammad Hamid Zaman
HHMI Professor of Biomedical Engineering & International Health at Boston University. Op-ed contributor for , & . Views my own.
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Muhammad Hamid Zaman 3h
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Jeremy Farrar 7h
Delighted to be at formal opening of - Centre for Ethics & Humanities - living audience not yet arrived, practice speech well received by those already here
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Fred Guttenberg Jun 17
Dear America, Today I will begin Father’s Day by going to the cemetery to visit my forever 14 year old daughter Jaime. It is just over 4 months since she was murdered at school. Today, I am too sad to focus on myself and so no need for Father’s Day messages for me. Instead,
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Stephen Walt Jun 17
Today it is worth remembering that for most of us Dads, our wives did a lot more work to enable us to become fathers than we did. ❤️
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stefan peterson Jun 17
UN Human rights as spoken, too.
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Muhammad Hamid Zaman Jun 17
Replying to @HanaAyoob
Thank you so much!
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Mikel Jollett Jun 16
Replying to @Mikel_Jollett
EVERY SINGLE REPUBLICAN SENATOR supports the practice of taking immigrant children from their parents.
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Soledad O'Brien Jun 16
... Except for you asylum-seeking Dads whose kids have been placed in detention. Not you guys.
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Chris Houston Jun 16
It’s not the sole responsibility of the oppressed to ask for change. Be an ally. Stand up for the oppressed. Use your voice.
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Muhammad Hamid Zaman Jun 16
Unconscionable, tragic and so horribly unacceptable. What kind of humans do this?
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Chris Houston Jun 16
I’m very pleased that ’s annual meeting is focussing on diversity and inclusion. Angela Robertson currently talking about intersectionality.
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JHU Humanit. Health Jun 16
Did you know that the average remains a refugee for more than 10 years? Learn more about how countries can integrate into their systems:
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Chris Houston Jun 16
Hearing heartbreaking stories of violence, sexual violence in Myanmar. Of men lined up by the river and shot in the back of the head. Using ugly rhetoric, and by turning public into thinking of Rohinga muslims as not human is how this started.
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stefan peterson Jun 15
US child migrants: 2,000 separated from families in six weeks. Deeply immoral
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Maarten Wammes Jun 11
In the meantime, while the rest of the world is looking at Singapore..
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Muhammad Hamid Zaman Jun 14
Thrilled to partner with and colleague to study and . cc:
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Nicholas Kristof Jun 14
An editorial on the horrors multiplying in Yemen, for which Saudi Arabia and UAE are immediately responsible, with the US complicit. And it's all about to get worse.
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Cara Jun 13
Students have recovered 30,000 books from the ashes of the library at Mosul University. In doing so, they have preserved part of the Iraqi city’s cultural heritage
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Mary-Ann Etiebet Jun 12
. at “mothers are still dying from postpartum hemorrhage because of poor quality medicines - 60% of oxytocin sampled not active”. Couldn’t agree more! We need to find fit-for-purpose solutions to reach mothers at the to
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Muhammad Hamid Zaman Jun 14
A heartfelt and beautifully articulated letter by friend, colleague, supporter and mentor . A part of me hopes, & wishes, that now that he *may* have more time, he will get to spend it with his mentees and admirers around the world. Nothing wrong in wishing ...
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