• Extreme weather: How can we be more prepared?

    On the annual celebration of Earth Day on 22 April, people around the world demonstrated their support for environmental protection. It is imperative to consider not just what we can do now to protect the environment, but how we can protect ourselves against the effects of climate change in the...
  • What legal protection do trans people have in Europe?

    On 31 March 2018, the world will observe the annual International Transgender Day of Visibility, dedicated to celebrating trans people and raising awareness about discrimination they face worldwide. In binary (male-female) gender systems, trans people include those who have a different gender identity from what they were assigned at birth,...
  • The miscarriage of justice in El Salvador’s abortion law

    El Salvador, along with Chile, Nicaragua, Honduras, Haiti, Suriname, Andorra and Malta are the only countries in the world that maintain an absolute ban on abortion. In fact, El Salvador has the world’s most severe ban on abortion. Violence and insecurity for women in El Salvador El Salvador, the...
  • Extremist groups crowd fund initiative to hinder migrant rescue overseas

    Chronicles of a bad idea overseas

    When a far-right European group announced its crowdfunding campaign to disrupt rescue missions of migrant boats, human rights groups and concerned citizens burst out in anger. Regardless, the campaign was successful and achieved its financial goal. How did the journey overseas go? Well, that's a completely different story......
  • How many LGBT murders can Brazil ignore?

    A woman is sitting on the road, in broad daylight – there is blood on her face, which she wipes with her hand. Several men surround her, armed with sticks, stones and slurs – they keep on hitting her and order her into a wheelbarrow. The image shakes as...
  • “Q” – The New All-Gender-Inclusive Queer Social Network

    Q is a brand new app that was launched last November, with a notorious feature – it welcomes all users regardless of their gender and sexual identities. In fact, it is the first gender-inclusive queer social network in the market, purposely designed to embrace all genders, specially those who fall outside the traditional gender norms....
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