Last year, the 68th United Nations Civil Society Conference took place in Salt Lake City under the theme “Building Inclusive and Sustainable Cities and Communities”. The series of sessions focused on SDG 11 “to make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable by 2030”, but took into account the interlinkages between this SDG…
International day of peace works to promote peace in the world. These are how we are failing and how we might be able to work more towards it.
Systemic racism plagues the foundation of the United States both quietly and vocally. Unfortunately, the current sociopolitical climate houses a welcome narrative of vocally expressing these racist ideologies. Over the last four years there has been an increase in racially based hate groups by 55%, fueling the fire of hatred and violence towards targeted groups….
A short analysis of the cause of creation of many Latin American guerrilla groups and a simple solution to it.
The effects of climate change have undeniable this year – from the wildfires in California to COVID-19. Youth movements are creating change.
It is an indisputable fact that men are similarly crucial partners in sexual and reproductive relationships, marriage, and family structures. Thus, in the sexual and reproductive health (SRH) discourse ought to be engaged as equal partners, clients and advocates for change as opposed to being onlookers, hurdles or adversaries. Many a times it has been…
How the Coronavirus Pandemic has effected the citizens of the United States and their mental health, and how to find mental health resources.
Dalit women are the marginalized among the marginalized. They have always been the primary targets of social and economic exploitation.
Civil society, although with much potential to be realised, is a power in predicament in today’s COVID-19 pandemic. Read to find out more.
With the Doomsday Clock set at just 100 seconds to midnight, the nuclear threat is more apparent now than ever before. We must push back against the nuclear tide
Lara Bellone d’Altavilla has extensive experience working with refugees in Jordan, Greece, and the United States, developing her knowledge on the global refugee crisis. Since September 2019, Bellone has been located in Amman, Jordan. Bellone is a Project Assistant with a Jordanian NGO working on projects enhancing economic opportunities to youth and women during COVID-19….
No Order, No Peace Horror vacui, a fear of emptiness can be likened to the coming age in international affairs. The era of western-led order is ending and we, as citizens of a globalised world, now coexist in a nonpolar international spectrum. Power has diffused and is no-longer held by monopolising states or alliances in…