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About Stephanie Sugars

Stephanie Sugars is a freelance journalist and photographer, born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She is currently a master’s candidate in journalism and international relations at New York University. Stephanie is a managing editor with the Journal of Political Inquiry and staff writer for the New York Transatlantic, writing about human rights, conflict, identity, art & literature and transitional justice. Her work has appeared in the New York Transatlantic, Civic Ideas, Muftah, Journal of Political Inquiry and Balkan Diskurs.

Articles by Stephanie Sugars

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Alex Sakalis, Editor

Alex Sakalis is associate editor of openDemocracy and co-edits the Can Europe Make It? page.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Conflict prevention: will the United Nations return to its roots?

The secretary general is an advocate for reform. But change will not be easy and the case of Bosnia shows how complex peacebuilding can be.

'Faith and family': shrinking common ground at the UN CSW

The Worldwide Organization for Women took a hard line against all forms of comprehensive sexual education, often provided by UN bodies, highlighting ideological differences within the CSW.

Queer and trans issues are sidelined again at the United Nations CSW

The language of sexual orientation and gender identity remains absent from the draft conclusions of the Commission on the Status of Women, despite progress made by LBTI advocates.

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