In 2013, in a slum of Mount Hagen, Papua New Guinea (PNG), 20-year-old Kepari Leniata was accused of sorcery. She was captured by members of her community and burnt alive. Once thought a practice belonging to another era, this millenary tradition still persists in this fast developing nation.
Month: March 2016
Abolitionists, Suffragettes, Feminists: The Story of a Bill
Putting the upcoming US presidential elections aside, hardly any subject has sparked such a contentious debate: Which woman should be put on the new $10 bill? While this is more or less a non-issue in other countries, the debate is fought fiercely in the US.
Drones: A Foreign Policy Game-changer?
Both proponents and opponents of drones in armed conflicts claim that we have entered a new era of war and foreign policy, but have drones really changed how states view security and wage war?
Missing Yet Another Chance
The mass sexual assaults on New Year´s Eve in Cologne sparked outrage and shock all over Germany. Sadly this energy is not used to fight against sexual violence, but as a tool in a racist, anti-migration discourse.