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To start your weekend off right, here’s a round-up of odds and ends from this week — and for next!
- Event: Emory’s Institute of Developing Nations is hosting a discussion titled “The Other Red Line: Sexualized Violence in Syria and Beyond” with Journalist Lauren Wolfe on November 19
- Event: World Toilet Day is coming up on November 19
- Event: UNICEF’s southeast regional office is hosting a book signing and conversation with UNICEF’s CEO and author of I Believe in ZERO, Caryl Stern, at the Breman Museum on November 20
- Article: Interesting article out this week, Dynamic Duos: Acumen Fund’s Jacqueline Novogratz And Ideo.org’s Jocelyn Wyatt On Poverty Solutions
- Article: Idealist reports on a Kansas City organization helping refugees
- Article: Fun infographic (from 2010) about which languages are hardest to learn
- Blog: Interaction’s writes about how you can support aid efforts in the Phillipines