Samar Elhussien October 1987, detention center in Egypt, my uncle visiting my dad who were detained few months before my birth. In a room filled with political prisoners talking with their families about hope, justice, love, unfairness, human rights and daily routine. My uncle finished his visit to dad filled with anger or may be … Continue reading A mere moment of revolution
Cristina Snegur Human Rights, what do they actually mean? Is it only a legal term that lawyers operate with, or do they represent a philosophical manifestation of human values? Where and when do they begin and do they have an end? These were the questions that I had in mind for several years, and that … Continue reading Human Rights – The Core of the Humankind
Ihor Prus A Man constantly changes the world around, improves the creation of the past, adopts it for his existence. Often, this process is reminiscent of dangerous games. In support of this, one can recall when a man created atomic weapons, which could easily destroy the person himself. But despite this, it is impossible to … Continue reading Should The Fourth Generation Of Human Rights Exist?
Adelayo Banjo On February 19, 2018, Leah Sharibu amongst 110 other girls was kidnapped by Boko Haram Terrorist Group in Dapchi in the North Eastern part of Nigeria. After about thirty-one days in captivity, and upon the payment of an undisclosed sum of money by the Federal Government of Nigeria, 104 girls were released while … Continue reading IN HONOUR OF LEAH SHARIBU
Nicole Fraccaroli In Italy as well the 8th of March is known as the “Women’s Day”; and there are so many different theories and ideas about the main reason why such celebration began. When I was a kid, I was told it was to celebrate the power of women, their strength and human rights. All … Continue reading #todayisagooddaytotaketheaction
Cristina Snegur The date of 8 of March in Moldova represents not only the celebration of the International Women's Day, but also Mother's Day. During my childhood, in kindergartens and schools the teachers and pupils organised small concerts dedicated to their mothers. This highlighted the importance of our mothers; that special feature of being not … Continue reading Women not only during one day of the year. We deserve appreciation every single day!
Mario Alfaro Every March 8, since I can remember, I have realized the challenges of being a woman in a non-egalitarian society. This day the media has mostly used it to celebrate women for being "the most beautiful creation of God" or for being "a gift of nature", but this should not be the case. … Continue reading We are in this fight together
Mariann Kiidron Ma istun ja vaatan pisarate merd, nautides hommikust cappucinot. Pisaratest on saanud meri helesiniste kergete õhupallide näol väljakul, mille nimi on Vabadus. Mitte Võit, vaid Vabadus. Ma istun ja tajun, milline privileeg see on. Ma tajun, kuivõrd ei ole see iseenesestmõistetav, et saan seda täna teha – vaadata helesinistest õhupallidest pisaraid vaba Eesti pealinnas … Continue reading Juuniküüditamise aastapäev: millest räägib mälestus läbi õhupallipisarate?
Fahima Hossain Bangladesh is known as one of the most densely populated countries in the world with almost 170 million people. Although in recent years Bangladesh has significantly developed, health and education poverty is still deep and widespread. In addition to this, nearly one million Rohingya refugees have entered Bangladesh from Myanmar since September 2017. Almost … Continue reading The children of Rohinga refugees in Bangladesh: a global responsibility
Tamilla Ibrahimova 18th of May 2018 was the 74th anniversary of the deportation of Crimean Tatars. The tragedy caused resettlement from their motherland and death of approximately 8.000 people. On 17th of May 1944, Soviet Socialist Autonomous Republic of Crimea was eliminated and the USSR State Defense Committee on behalf of the Soviet Premier Joseph … Continue reading Deportation of Crimean Tatars – the “Secret of Arabat”