The very first time I heard about the Right to Movement Palestine Marathon was with a little bit of sadness. The very first marathon had just happened and I missed it, this was about a year ago. However, as a student of International Relations, passionate about foreign affair and an
Category: 11th edition, 30 May 2014
The Future of the Anthropocene – Global Environmental Change as Our Greatest Opportunity
Climate change is real. There is no denying it. However, it presents both a danger and an opportunity for change our guest writer Timothy von Rohr finds.
Sweden, NATO and Cyber Security – Interview with Carl Bildt
On May 20th, on the eve of the European elections, Sweden’s Foreign Minister, Carl Bildt, visited UF Malmö. During Carl Bildt’s visit, he talked about his work as the Swedish Foreign Minister, the current challenges of Europe and Sweden, and the importance of the EU elections.
Behind Closed Doors
In our highly globalised world, income gaps increase yearly. Many underprivileged Indonesians and Filipinos immigrate to Hong Kong in order to sustain their families abroad. At the same time, people from conflict torn societies come to the UK, where there is a high demand of domestic help. In both cases, workers often end up as a part of modern slavery.
A New Country, a New Life
Every time you move to a different country, it feels like starting a new life. A lot of uncertainty, but also lots of new people, new friends, new horizons.