Good News Friday

  • In Afghanistan, women have been allowed to go back to Kabul University. Twitter.
  • An experimental drug that addresses anhedonia could increase the brain’s capacity to experience pleasure and herald a new era of precision medicine in psychiatry. Neo.Life.
  • Reported crime in Japan hits postwar low for seventh year running. Nippon.
  • A new distribution system is helping African countries ramp up vaccinations. New York Times.
  • How the US women’s soccer team won its battle for equal pay. El Pais.
  • In Uganda, a new approach to ending sexual and gender based violence: training men. Minority Africa.
  • Germany: Traffic deaths fall to lowest point in 60 years. DW.
  • New sickle cell treatment given to first patients in England. BBC News.
  • Guaranteed income program in DC lowered rates of food insecurity, report says. The Hill.

For more good news, check out The Progress Network, and Future Crunch.

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