In the end of March, 14 students at Malmö högskola went on a study trip to Jordan, poised to learn more about the country’s culture and current challenges. The trip was organised by the Malmö Association of Foreign Affairs.
Month: May 2016
One Belt, One Road – China’s Path to the West
An effort to expand its influence and develop new markets for its exports, China’s One Belt, One Road project is an attempt to economically link the East and the West together. It’s success or failure could be the bellwether of China’s new international influence.
Bookmobiles – Education on the Move
In places where books and education are not available for everyone, a mobile library can make a big change.
Falun Gong: No End in Sight
Followers of Falun Gong, a spiritual movement, have been persecuted by the Chinese government ever since a large-scale crackdown in 1999, yet there is seemingly neither an end to the persecution nor to the resources of the movement.
Will the Refugee Crisis be the Downfall of the EU and its Ideals?
The refugee crisis has changed Europe and the way we live, but will we allow it to change our ideals?