Everyone has the divine rights as human beings because they were created in the image of God
The international community has expressed outrage over Bahrain hosting today's Grand Prix auto race. The concern is that Bahraini rulers will use this international stage to hide ongoing political unrest and human rights violation behind. Published 1:28 p.m. April 22, 2012 - Comments
The crimes against the children of Uganda have been going on for more than 26 years. Kony's atrocity continues as the world watches the Kony 2012 video, offering a small glimpse of the children's reality. Published 10:38 p.m. March 9, 2012 - Comments
Youngbee Dale graduated from Regent University with Master’s degree in International Politics in 2009. While at Regent, she interned at World Bank and co-contributed to a human trafficking publication, “Setting the Captives Free” by Olivia McDonald (2007). She also ...Read More
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Youngbee Dale graduated from Regent University with Master’s degree in International Politics in 2009. While at Regent, she interned at World Bank and co-contributed to a human trafficking publication, “Setting the Captives Free” by Olivia McDonald (2007). She also worked with migrant workers and human trafficking victims in South Korea. Currently, she stays home with her three-month-old son to exercise the divine rights to mother and breastfeed him.