The situation in Central Asia is all that is being talked about these days. Afghanistan no longer exists, or at least not under this name. The events that occurred mark history: after twenty years of war, the country returns to the hands of the Taliban. We have all seen the… Read More »What is happening in Afghanistan? The new Taliban regime and their promises.
Bitterness, sadness, hope: these are the emotions we felt when we first saw this picture. A long hug between Luna Reyes, a Red Cross volunteer, and a Senegalese boy who had just arrived from Morocco on one of the beaches of the Spanish enclave – on the 20th of May,… Read More »How a moving gesture caused so much hate
We live in 2021, and still, myths and gender stereotypes related to rape and consent are widespread in our societies, including in courtrooms. Today, more than ever, it is necessary to change the culture, to unhinge social attitudes based on gender power relations, also thanks to the contribution of the… Read More »Sex without consent is rape: what we still struggle to understand in 2021
A few days ago, the tension between Israelis and Palestinians has re-exploded, and the ancient conflict, now more than ever, does not seem to subside. Israel and Palestine: an ancient dispute The clashes between Israel and Palestine have a very ancient origin and, in order to retrace their reasons, we… Read More »Israel and Palestine, the endless war: what is happening and what could happen
Dozens of South Korean college students shaved their heads in front of the Japanese embassy the past week to protest the Japanese decision to release water from the Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea. It all began on April 13th, with the announcement of the Japanese government of the decision… Read More »South Koreans shaving their heads in protest to Japan’s wastewater plan
Studying abroad, getting married, working in public positions, traveling: these are some of the areas in a woman’s life where a man’s approval is needed. Women cannot act as primarily responsible for their children, even when they obtain legal custody following a possible divorce. It is called the “male protection… Read More »Women in Qatar, a lifetime spent asking for “permission” and the “male protection system”
If you’ve been following the news or social media in the last month, you’ve undoubtedly heard of something called the Istanbul Convention. What is the “Istanbul Convention”? Approved by the Council of European countries, the Istanbul Convention is the first legally binding international instrument that creates a comprehensive framework to… Read More »Turkey’s withdrawal from Istanbul Convention
How many times have you accepted “Privacy Terms” or the very well-known “Cookies” without ever having read them first? You have probably done it so many more times than you can ever imagine or care to remember. By signing the ‘Terms and Conditions of Usage’ without consulting them as we… Read More »The new Whatsapp Privacy Terms, what we almost gave consent to…