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Cleansing the Class Ranks

Cleansing the Class Ranks, or Cleansing of Class Ranks Campaigns, is a massive political movement during the Chinese Cultural Revolution. Starting from May 25, 1968, around 30 million people were persecuted, with an estimated death toll of 0.5-1. ...

                                               

Great Russian Regions

The Great Russian Regions are eight geomorphological areas in the Russian Federation displaying characteristic forms of relief. Seven of them are east of the Urals.

                                               

Alex Bescoby

He graduated from Cambridge University. In 2013, Alex came to Myanmar to work with the Myanmar Centre for Responsible Business, and to research his book. One particularly fateful episode that gripped his imagination was the last few days of the r ...

                                               

Bellamys

Bellamys is the name given to the in-house catering service and dining facilities of the New Zealand Parliament. Named after an earlier British parliamentary institution, Bellamys has been in existence since the establishment of the New Zealand P ...

                                               

Joanna Kidman

Joanna Kidman is a New Zealand sociology academic, are Māori, of Ngāti Maniapoto and Ngāti Raukawa descent and as of 2019 is a full professor at Victoria University of Wellington.

                                               

Kafayat Sanni

Kafayat Sanni is the first female combatant fighter pilot in the Nigerian Air Force. She was awarded her wings on 15 October 2019 at NAF Headquarters in Abuja.

                                               

Tolulope Arotile

Flying Officer Tolulope Arotile is the first female combat helicopter pilot to be winged by Nigerian Air Force. She was decorated on Tuesday, 15 October 2019 at the NAF Headquarters in Abuja. The winging serves as the formal induction of the offi ...

                                               

Idris Shaaba Jimada

Idris Shaaba Jimada is a Nigerian academic and the Director of Arewa House Kaduna, he is a professor of history and the deputy dean of the Faculty of Arts at Ahmadu Bello University. Jimada was appointed Director of Arewa House after the tenure o ...

                                               

ID Africa

Info Digital Africa is a marketing communications, digital media and technology solution company headquartered in Lagos, Nigeria. In 2019, ID Africa expanded its scope of services to media and publishing, entertainment, fashion and lifestyle afte ...

                                               

Podemos Peru

The legal officer of the National Office of Electoral Processes, Susana Guerrero, was discharged from the party for irregularities concerning the creation and registration of the party. In face of the crisis, Daniel Urresti, then candidate for go ...

                                               

Film Development Council of the Philippines

The Film Development Council of the Philippines is an agency responsible for enforcement of film policies and programs in the Philippine film industry. This agency is under the Office of the President of the Philippines.

                                               

End of history (disambiguation)

The end of history is a political and philosophical concept that supposes that a particular political, economic, or social system may develop that would constitute the end-point of humanitys sociocultural evolution and the final form of human gov ...

                                               

Nadjaf Al Ashraf

Nadjaf Al Ashraf is a village in Sinthiang Koundara commune, Bonconto Arrondissement, Velingara Department, Senegal. It is located on the banks of the Koulountou River, a tributary of the Gambia River. The village was named after the holy Shia ci ...

                                               

56 Flowers

Founded in 2015, the music group 56 Flowers is a Chinese music group that derives its name from the 56 ethnic groups of the Peoples Republic of China and is also the basis for having 56 members with one coming from an individual ethnic group. The ...

                                               

Middle Ages (disambiguation)

The Middle Ages was a period in European history spanning the time from about the 5th to the 15th century. Middle Ages or middle age may also refer to: The Middle Ages play, the play by A. R. Gurney Middle Age: A Romance, a novel by Joyce Carol O ...

                                               

Gandys

Gandys is a social enterprise and clothing brand founded in 2012 in Brixton, London. The company was founded by 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami survivors Rob and Paul Forkan. Through the sale of their clothing and accessories, Gandys fund the Gandys Fo ...

                                               

Camila Rajchman

Camila Rajchman is an Uruguayan singer, songwriter, television host and panelist. Between 2014 and 2016 she was vocalist of the band Rombai.

                                               

Robert B. Seidman

Robert B. Seidman was an American legal scholar, active in African liberation and democracy struggles, and Professor and then Emeritus Professor of Law and Political Science at Boston University from 1974 to 2013.

                                               

SDE

Screen door effect, a video display issue Stochastic differential equation Software development environment Spectral density estimation sub-divisional error, a readhead error mechanism Spatial Database Engine ArcSDE Semantic dictionary encoding S ...

                                               

Gayane Yeganyan

Gayane Gagik Yeganyan, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences. Gayane Yeganyan is the first to carry out research on pedagogical diagnostics in Armenian, as a result of which she has published 21 scientific articles.

                                               

Snap Send Solve

Snap Send Solve was created in 2010 as an entry for the App My State by Outware Mobile as part of a Victorian Government open-data hackathon. The idea for the app was inspired by the founder who was frustrated by how hard it was to report a broke ...

                                               

Shaikh Jamiruddin

Jamiruddin was born on 1870 in the village of Garadobe Bahadurpur of Gangni of Meherpur. He studied in Meherpur Amjhupi Christian School and Krishnanagar Normal School. He converted to Christianity in 1887. After that he changed his name into Joh ...

                                               

SIRC

SIRC may refer to: Social Issues Research Centre, an independent, non-profit organisation founded to conduct research on social and lifestyle issues Security Intelligence Review Committee, an independent agency of the government of Canada empower ...

                                               

Alois Nashali

Alois Nashali is a Canadian film director and cinematographer. He won Digi60 awards for shooting Beautifully Cracked Smile. His documentary, Through the Lens of a Migrant Story, has been featured in the One World Film Festival.

                                               

SSAC

SSAC may refer to: Safiuddin Sarker Academy and College Security and Stability Advisory Committee, a body that advises ICANN on strategic threats to the Internet Social Security Advisory Committee, an advisory body to the United Kingdom governmen ...

                                               

Be Kind

Be Kind is a song by American producer Marshmello and singer Halsey. It was released as a single through Joytime Collective, Geffen and Capitol Records on May 1, 2020.

                                               

Clara Mortenson Beyer

Clara Mortenson Beyer was a pioneer in labor economics and workers rights. She worked under Frances Perkins at the United States Department of Labor during the New Deal era, and was instrumental in implementing minimum wage legislation via the Fa ...

                                               

Aswat Almadina

Aswat Almadina, meaning "Voices of the City", is a modern Sudanese music band, founded in 2016 in the capital Khartoum. Their original songs are influenced both by Sudanese popular music of the 20th century as well as by international pop music s ...

                                               

Municipal (disambiguation)

Municipal is the adjective of municipality. Municipal may also refer to: Municipalization, the transfer of non-municipal assets to municipal ownership Municipal bond, or "muni", a financial bond issued in the United States and in other countries ...

                                               

HSE

Hamilton Southeastern Schools, the primary school system in Fishers, Indiana, US Hamilton Southeastern High School, a public high school National Research University – Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia Helsinki School of Economics, Finland

                                               

Marc Blondel

Marc Fiacre Henri Blondel was a French trade union leader. Born in Courbevoie, Blondel grew up with his mother in Henin-Lietard, while his father was active in the French Resistance. After the war, the family reunited in Paris, and Blondel went t ...

                                               

Sojourn

A sojourn is an impermanent stay reached by journey, or a period of temporary residence. Sojourn may also refer to: Sojourn journal, an interdisciplinary journal devoted to the study of social and cultural issues in Southeast Asia Sojourn Music, ...

                                               

Popular

Mainstream, the quality of being common, well received, in demand, widely understood See e.g.: popular culture, popular fiction, popular music, popular science Popular clique, a contemporary youth subculture associated with preppy and Ivy league ...

                                               

Fanfare du Palais National

The Fanfare du Palais National dHaiti, also known as the Presidential Guard Orchestra is a police band unit of the Republic of Haiti. The band uses French and American military traditions in its activities, as well as sports many styles native to ...

                                               

Alex Rif

Alex Rif is an Israeli-Russian poet and activist. She was born in the Ukraine in 1986 and later moved to Israel in 1991. Rif is the founder of The Cultural Brigade, a social activist movement that focuses on offline and online cultural campaigns. ...

                                               

Issue

Issue or issues may refer to: Social issue, a matter that influences individuals within a society Issuer, a legal entity that develops, registers and sells securities Environmental issue, effect of human activity on the environment Issue genealog ...

                                               

Sonia Jabbar

Sonia Jabbar is an Indian plantation owner and elephant lover. In 2019 she was awarded the Nari Shakti Puraskar in recognition of the example she has made the year before. The Wildlife Trust of India noted her work and made her a Green Corridor C ...

                                               

12 Characters in Search of an Apocalypse: On the Road

12 Characters in Search of an Apocalypse: On the Road is a travelling interactive performance of the collection of essays entitled 12 Characters in Search of an Apocalypse by USA author Andrew Boyd published in 2017. The essays have been describe ...

                                               

Plaza de Lavapies

While the origin of the name is somewhat unclear, Lavapies was the name of a fountain formerly existing in the location of the current plaza. Though intended as a simple widening of streets, the plaza became a marketplace and space for socializat ...

                                               

Josep Pujadas Domingo

Josep Pujadas Domingo is a Spanish parliamentarian, lawyer and businessman who was a member of the 1st Spanish Congress of Duputies representing Catalonia from March 27, 1980, to August 31, 1982. Pujadas was present in parliamentary session in Ma ...

                                               

DignidadLiteraria

# DignidadLiteraria is a Spanish-language hashtag, used chiefly on Twitter, and a grassroots campaign for greater Latino inclusion in the U.S. publishing industry.

                                               

Karina Eibatova

Karina Eibatova, is a watercolor painter, illustrator, muralist, typographer, pencil artist, and videographer who specializes in landscape art. Her artwork frequently depicts natural objects and phenomena, such as minerals and animals, as well as ...

                                               

Lisa Emelia Svensson

Lisa Emelia Svensson is a Swedish diplomat who serves as the Global director at the UN Environment office in Nairobi. She was previously her countrys ambassador for Ocean.

                                               

Ellen Sandelin

She was the daughter of physician Carl Henrik Sandelin 1824–1871 and Beda Collett. Sandelin graduated from the Wallinska girls school in Stockholm in 1881. Wallinska was one of the first five schools in Sweden where girls could get a formal acade ...

                                               

Wake Up

"Wake-Up", an episode of the television series Teletubbies "Wake Up", a 2014 episode of the animated television series Adventure Time Wake Up TV program, a former Australian breakfast TV show "Wake Up" Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., a 2017 episode from ...

                                               

The Advocacy Academy

The Advocacy Academy is a charitable organization based in London, United Kingdom. The Advocacy Academys stated mission is to "train young people to engage in collective action to improve their communities and tackle social issues that directly a ...

                                               

COVID-19 pandemic in the San Francisco Bay Area

The San Francisco Bay Area, which includes San Francisco, was an early center of the COVID-19 pandemic in California. The first case of COVID-19 in the area was confirmed in Santa Clara County on January 31, 2020. A Santa Clara County resident wa ...

                                               

No NRC movement

No NRC movement was originated in West Bengal, after NRC Assam Draft List was published in 2018. It predated the anti-CAA protests and created the conditions for protests against the CAA to grow, especially in West Bengal. The NRC Assam Final Dra ...

                                               

FIREWALL Internet Cafe

FIREWALL Internet Cafe is an art project founded in 2016 by visual artist Joyce Yu-Jean Lee as a socially engaged research and interactive art project about Internet censorship. The not-for-profit goal of FIREWALL is to investigate online censors ...

                                               

Red green

Red green may refer to: In politics: Islamo-Leftism a political alliance of leftist red and Islamist green political movements Eco-socialism, an ideology merging aspects of Marxism, socialism, green politics, ecology and alter-globalization Red-G ...