Lifting the moratorium on the death penalty in Sri Lanka has been influenced by the increasing crime rates in the country. Nevertheless, research demonstrates that the imposition of the death penalty is not an effective deterrent in reducing crime rates.
The role of legislation in marine conservation primarily operates to hold the polluter accountable under the ‘Polluter Pays’ principle.
The Covid-19 pandemic has led to many issues. One such major issue is the rise of poverty in Southeast Asia, which requires immediate intervention.
As Pride 2021 starts, let’s reflect on ways we use and build narratives to understand and withstand our hardest times in the LGBT+ community.
The inequality in COVID vaccine distribution is spurred by lack of funding and export controls despite the best efforts of COVAX in ensuring equality
This article examines the Antiwar movement in the U.S.- Its agenda, tactics, and achievements, and how it can inspire us today.
India is suffering from a severe spike in Covid-19 cases and many are in need of aid. You can help them by contributing to these charitable causes.
The Brexit – COVID 19 phenomenon has generated a compound attack on the rights of Britain’s youth workers; one that is inadequately guarded by government policy.
The eco gender gap acts as a barrier in environmental conservation. Bridging this gap will lead to greater contributions towards saving our planet.
This article attempts to provide an overview of the student loans crisis, the human aspect of this crisis, and how it can endanger equality of opportunity and undermine the American Dream.
This story is about Theresa Nyava, founder of Sanitary Aid Zimbabwe and her work in tackling period poverty in Zimbabwe