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What Made Me Join Philia

What Made Me Join Philia? An Introduction to a Self-Discovery Journey

It has been just over two years since I finished my master’s degree in Humanitarian Emergencies at the London School of Economics. Since then, I have been immersed in a professional rollercoaster that has taken me to work with refugees and migrants at the Icelandic Red Cross and the Ministry of Social Affairs in Iceland. …

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Women in Society

At Philia we realize in many ways that women and other marginalized groups are being subjected to adhere to certain socially constructed norms. Objectively, women have often been relegated to the background and have become anonymous in many progressive nations of the world. In some societies, girls are being denied their educational rights and are …

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Loneliness vs Aloneness in times of COVID-19 and beyond

Aloneness feels draining, distracting, and upsetting. It is a force into isolation when you are not understood or isolated in your circumstances. It is a state of mind. The central theme of Philia’s global discussion in May 2020 was Loneliness vs Aloneness – In times of COVID-19 and beyond.  Philia communities host meetups all around …

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