21st of December, 2021: Chile faced the most difficult choice since the time of dictatorship: who will be the next leader of the republic — «the supporter of Pinochet regime» or «leftwing millennial»? All political experts agreed on one thing — this election is the most important since the government… Read More »The Win of Hope and Changes: 35-year-old Gabriel Boric Was Elected as New President of Chile
Environmental concerns among consumers are growing everyday, boosting the demand for a faster green transformation of the economy. However, imperfect information and misleading claims can generate confusion and distrust, jeopardizing the success of the green transition. The aim of this article is to show what can be done about it, both at an individual and institutional level, in order to spread clear information and build trust in the green markets.
Since March 2020, Covid-19 Pandemic has been damaging many aspects of our society. The economic sector is for sure one of the fields that suffered the most from the overall crisis. This is especially due to the multiple lockdowns undertaken by countries to limit the propagation of the virus, which… Read More »The instruments for a post-covid Europe: funds for resilience and sustainability
Cancel culture refers to the practice of withdrawing support for public figures and companies after they have done or said something offensive,it is a rather new phenomenon that is often encountered on many online social platforms. We could call it a modern-day trial, but the only issue is:who is really… Read More »Cancel culture
Women Empowerment How Women Can Get Top Jobs Are women treated differently than men in the workplace? Although the answer to this question for some is “no”, some shocking facts reveal the harsh truth about the way society undervalues women’s qualities and talents. Moreover, this prejudice inevitably leads to women… Read More »Women Empowerment
Someone may assume that nothing could make bigots happier than someone who preselve themselves until the right person and the right moment come, but that is not the case, and demisexuals know it too well. But let’s take a step back: what is demisexuality? Demisexuality is a sexual orientation… Read More »Demisexuals: the pride and the prejudices
The world we are living in right now is influenced by new technology everyday. Just take a look at your home; we have around us devices that make our life way easier. Technology is advancing at a very high speed, which is both a good and a bad thing, the… Read More »Life in the future
How entertainment industry workers reacted to the damage caused by Covid-19. The Covid-19 situation has weakened the careers of workers in almost every field and workplace. It has shown how fragile the balances of our economic system are. It has affected the world of work threatening the well-being of millions… Read More »Get organised to be recognised
Photos credits: IDDRI In France, the municipal elections on the 28th of June surprisingly brought ecology on the front of the political scene in big cities such as Lyon, Bordeaux, and Strasbourg. In a government practically reluctant to take the climate emergency into consideration and prioritize concrete measures, the elections… Read More »The Citizen’s Convention on Climate: utopia or step towards change?
Throughout the whole existence of human civilizations, the Middle East has been one of the most complex, but despite very underrated and ignored context so far the world has ever seen. That is due to many factors essentially, for this reason, it would be highly flawed to state one… Read More »Winds of Change in the Middle East
As the whole world is taking a step back on life, and being locked down, Earth is taking advantage of the situation to have its triumphal moment. Many rumors have been wandering around about it, confusing our minds. Some were fake news; others were pure truth, as we talked about… Read More »The bright side of COVID-19
Isn’t this suspended time of quarantine already long enough to allow us to subject the components of the current system to examination and to assess them, before deciding whether we want to contribute to its repair, or seek a better one?
A conversation with Cristina Cricca GG students have had the pleasure to listen to an interesting discussion about the importance of choices in life. Mrs. Cristina Cricca can be considered as the perfect example of the success of rapid changes in life: she came from a totally different background with… Read More »Future is waiting for us !
Even if the world is so diverse and culturally different we have one thing in common and that is: we are all born free and equal in rights, this is what is said in the Universal Declaration Of Human Rights of December 10th 1948, but is this theory really applied… Read More »Human rights in a diversed world
A conversation with Thomas Hylland Eriksen Nowadays seems that Climate change is a complex problem without a practical resolution. Everyone speaks about it: schools, governments, States and mass media but anyone can find a way to solve the problem and to convince human beings to act. Humans need another point of… Read More »Change for all, change for you!!
A conversation with Hajia Najatu Mohammed Ignorance, weapons, war, hunger. These are considered keywords when talking about Africa, a continent which needs help. However, this wonderful country can’t be only described by these sad words. Indeed, this is a land full of perspectives, action, energy and courage. All of these characteristics… Read More »“Darkness doesn’t exist if you have light in your soul”