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Shhhh: Divorcing abortion from contraception

Shhhh: Divorcing abortion from contraception

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“We’re All the Same Color!” : The Politics of “Colorblind” International Adoption

“We’re All the Same Color!” : The Politics of “Colorblind” International Adoption

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Whose AIDS conference is it anyway?

Whose AIDS conference is it anyway?

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Still Homeless in Haiti

Still Homeless in Haiti

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On Pills, Prayer, and Pregnancy

On Pills, Prayer, and Pregnancy

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On the UN, youth and child brides

On the UN, youth and child brides

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Coup Contagion?

Coup Contagion?

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Feeling the heat in Mali

Feeling the heat in Mali

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International Women’s Day: Malnourished Mamas

International Women’s Day: Malnourished Mamas

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Duvalier escapes trial for crimes against Humanity

Duvalier escapes trial for crimes against Humanity

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Duvalier Brutality Survivor Speaks

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Labor rights and exploitation in Haiti

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How task shifting could help mitigate Haiti's cholera crisis

How task shifting could help mitigate Haiti's cholera crisis

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Tuberculosis under tents

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Sex work in the US: a global human rights issue

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About the Author

Allyn Gaestel
Allyn Gaestel

Allyn Gaestel is a journalist focused on international affairs and human rights. She is currently in the United States finishing documentaries from India and the Caribbean. Previously she was based in Port-au-Prince, Haiti and earlier worked as a United Nations correspondent in New York. Her background is in political science, public health, women's issues, and development. She has worked in Haiti, India, Senegal, Mali, Democratic Republic of Congo, Mauritania and the Bahamas. You can follow Allyn on twitter @AllynGaestel

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