On the 30th of March twelve UF Malmö members embarked on a seven day trip to Georgia. Apart from touristic sights, the group also got to visit various NGOs and government representatives.
Month: April 2015
Unheard South Solidarity: The Asian-African Conference
Many have never heard of a particularly strong relationship between Asia and Africa, two of the world’s most developing regions. The article brings to attention the Asian African Summit, or KAA, took place in Indonesia, bringing 109 leaders from Asia and Africa.
In Search of a Golden Opportunity
Due to financial problems, many seek migration in search for a better opportunity. However, the dream soon seems to be too good to be true and what was expected to be a new opportunity and a solution for their financial problems turns out to be a nightmare.
The Biggest Delusion about Terrorism
Quite often people’s minds are possessed by various stereotypes. One of them is built on a belief that terrorism and religion, especially Islam, go hand in hand. Nevertheless, the reality turns out to be completely different from what most people think.
WildLeaks: Fighting Wildlife Crime
As corrupt officials are often involved in wildlife crimes, reporting them may be both futile and dangerous. WildLeaks, an online project aimed at providing anonymity for informants and arresting perpetrators, might be the answer.
Collective Weddings to Fight Inequality
Wedding is a costly celebration, and in some societies, the price of a wedding can prevent interclass marriages altogether. Collective marriages funded by organisations or the state are one way out.
Lessons Learned from Chapel Hill
On February 10th this year, three American Muslim students were shot and killed in their own home by a white Atheist male, allegedly over a parking dispute. The shooting is part of a wider phenomenon.