“Europe is an ambitious project, it is an active utopia, struggling to coalesce and consolidate the otherwise disconnected, multidirectional actions. How active that utopia will ultimately turn, depends on its actors.” (Zygmunt Bauman). Let us examine Europe and let us therefore look at this quote, that defines the European Union
[…] In my next article following this one, I will put excerpts of survivors stories and through their words, create awareness on the issue of sexual exploitation, the various circumstances that lead them into such a dark world and highlight the fact that sexual exploitation is real and it exists.
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 online
In one of the Global Conversations hosted by our course, we have had the pleasure of attending a two-day conference led by an esteemed guest: Mark Hertsgaard. He is a father, author, journalist, broadcaster , public speaker and has published seven books that have been translated into sixteen languages. Moreover,