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Protecting Language Minorities: Europe’s Path and the Case of Italy

“The Republic safeguards linguistic minorities by means of appropriate measures”, states article 6 of the Italian constitution proposed by Tristano Codignola, ratified in 1947. Thanks to this article, linguistic heritage is protected in Italy.  The intention of the members of the Italian constituent assembly was to ensure the survival of… Read More »Protecting Language Minorities: Europe’s Path and the Case of Italy

Israel and Palestine, the endless war: what is happening and what could happen

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

South Koreans shaving their heads in protest to Japan’s wastewater plan

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

Women in Qatar, a lifetime spent asking for “permission” and the “male protection system”

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”

The new Whatsapp Privacy Terms, what we almost gave consent to…

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…

Mixed WISEdom: Promoting & attaining the 16th UN’s SDGs through intergenerational collaboration      (Case study: Rwanda)  

  Peace, justice and a strong institution are the 16th among the 17 2030 sustainable development goals. It states, “Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels.” Peace, justice and a strong institution goal… Read More »Mixed WISEdom: Promoting & attaining the 16th UN’s SDGs through intergenerational collaboration      (Case study: Rwanda)  

Dismantling Hindu Fundamentalism: Ethnic Nationalism with Fascist Undertones?

I’d like to start by saying that this is not an attack on the believers of Hindutva. More than anything, this is a lament of a 20-year-old who sees his world crumbling before him. Writing this essay from an objective, academic perspective has been extremely difficult for me and I… Read More »Dismantling Hindu Fundamentalism: Ethnic Nationalism with Fascist Undertones?

The queerest Parliament in the world: New Zealand

New Zealand has elected the queerest Parliament in the world since the last elections in October 2020. How has New Zealand got to the point to reach this result? What’s the history behind such a progressive achievement, not only for the country itself but also for the ones witnessing such… Read More »The queerest Parliament in the world: New Zealand

Protests in Indonesia

What about Indonesia?  The Republic of Indonesia is the largest archipelagic country in the world, located in Southeast Asia and Oceania, between the Indian and Pacific oceans. With the population over 273 million people, it is the world’s 4th most populous country as well as the most-populous Muslim-majority country.   Economic side of… Read More »Protests in Indonesia

Big Tech and Oil Production, a new-found relationship

Big Tech Companies have always publicized themselves as fierce opponents of pollution and carbon dioxide emissions. They often associate themselves with climate activism and, during panels and conferences their “Green” Initiatives are always presented to the public to remind us their concern for the environment. While all of this is… Read More »Big Tech and Oil Production, a new-found relationship

The issue of Islamophobia

The increasing  Islamophobia in the Western World is a dangerous phenomenon, common nowadays. The rise of Populist parties, nationalism and drastic cultural distinctions, these are among many symptoms of the rising Islamophobia, mainly caused by violence in Muslim countries, anti-Western terrorism attacks, the attitude and the radicalization of certain immigrants… Read More »The issue of Islamophobia

The Arab Spring : what was seen by Westerners as a step toward the democratization of the regimes

Between the end of 2010 and the beginning of 2011 a series of riots inflamed the Arab world. These revolts, although characterized by some common elements in the causes but in themselves different, have been indicated by the Western media with a unique name: Arab Spring. This name was given… Read More »The Arab Spring : what was seen by Westerners as a step toward the democratization of the regimes