The billion dollar reason behind women’s right to drive   in Saudi Arabia    Up until September 2017, Saudi Arabia was unique in being the only country in the world where women were forbidden to drive motor vehicles. However, on 26 September 2017, King Salman issued an order to allow womenRead More →

The Italian Interior Minister, Matteo Salvini, recently talked about the necessity of a census of the country’s Romani community. In his vision non Italian Romani would have to be expelled and, as he said “Unfortunately, you have to keep the Italian Romani people in Italy”. National and international reactions cameRead More →

“A  person  is  a  person  through  other  people’  strikes  an  affirmation  of  ones  humanity  through  recognition  of  an  other  in  his  or  her  uniqueness  and  difference.  It  is  a  demand  for  a  creative  intersubjective  formation  in  which  the other͛  becomes  a  mirror  (but  only  a  mirror)  for  my  subjectivity.  This Read More →

  The peaceful little nation of Iceland rarely makes any news on the political front, much less anywhere else if not for its natural beauty or lack of army. However lately, it sparked a debate by successfully eradicating the Down syndrome, not through any breakthrough cure for the genetic disorder, but through abortions. This has been possible dueRead More →

Three quick news from around the world.   European Union- 28th of May The European Commission proposed a set of laws banning the single-use plastic products. The action is part of a broader plan to reduce the environmental impact of plastic and to safeguard the oceans. “Single-use plastics take fiveRead More →

Ever since the Second World War, the world seems to have become a more and more united place. But did it really? We created international bodies such as the United Nations and the European Union, the African Union and other political bodies with one single aim: to unite the worldRead More →