Dr. Klaus Poser was a development worker with the Evangelical Church of Germany all around the world. He spent time in Colombia, Togo, USA and Switzerland and visited many other countries. What did you study and how did you learn English? I grew up in North Germany and learned EnglishRead More →

April 2nd, 2018: Winnie Madikizela-Mandela dies at the age of 81 in a Johannesburg hospital, after a life of struggle and scandal, of sacrifice and victory, in the fight against apartheid. Today mostly known because of her marriage to Nelson Mandela, the former liberation fighter and President of South Africa,Read More →

A world out of control, accelerated and overheated: an analysis of contemporary issues from migration to populism and some possible solutions by the anthropologist, professor at the University of Oslo and president of the EASA Thomas Hylland Eriksen. 1. “We are all in the same boat, divided by a sharedRead More →

With the latest advancements in technology, and our increased ability to connect with one another on a global scale and access information online, our rights as humans are evolving as well; an example is online privacy, where the debates about implementing it have skyrocketed. The right to access information onlineRead More →

My response to Paul Mason’s article “Democracy is dying – and it’s startling how few people are worried.” “Democracy is dying”. This is what Paul Mason, a British journalist, states in the article published by The Guardian. To support his argument, the author mentions different kinds of leaders, such as Trump,Read More →