The Guardian has published "shortlists" of the amateur and professional entries for its International Development Journalism competition. Topics of the amateur entries include the advancement of women's rights in fragile states, education as a tool for change in the developing world, and the dangers of childbirth in sub-Saharan Africa. Topics of the professional entries include malnutrition, access to safe abortion, and climate change (6/18).
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Tags: Abortion, Childbirth, Education, Malnutrition
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