An unprecedented number of Syrian refugees are heading to Lebanon for refuge. As Lebanon struggles to keep up with refugee needs, providing schooling is one of the challenges the government is faced with.
Being above the clouds after climbing for days is an accomplishment. That feeling of being above everything. But, are you really above everything? What about the people that are living in the village just underneath you? What about the carriers and the guides who helped you get there?
North Korea initiating widespread democratic and market reforms would be welcomed by the international community. But getting the country onto this path may be much more complicated for many parties than it may seem at first.
Development work is a popular gap year employment for young people; however, there are many things that need to be considered. UF guest speaker Petter Gustafsson works in the field and shares his insights.
On the 14th of October 2014, the Malmö Association of Foreign Affairs, in cooperation with the Swedish Committee for Afghanistan (SCA), hosted a lecture held by Thomas Ruttig, the co-director and co-founder of the Afghan Analysts Network. He talked to us about his career.
The Eurasian Economic Union, which enters into force in January 2015, is made up of Post-Soviet countries and is believed to be a Russian initiative to compete with the European Union and the West. In order to understand whether it really has intentions to restore the Eastern Empire, we need to have a closer look at the Union itself.
Taking part in an exchange programme can be unnerving, stressful and even scary. Unfit environments abroad can complicate life for students with disabilities. Luckily, this is no reason to hold back from the experience.