Matteo Salvini has managed to transform a small regionalist party – that less than 10 years ago was advocating for the secession of an imaginary land called “Padania” from the rest of Italy – into a country-wide nationalist party after becoming federal secretary of...
Since the beginning of 2019 the world’s largest forests, are being decimated by uncontrollable blazes and processes of deforestation. The parties responsible for the climate crisis and environmental exploitation are not unknown.
Deliberative democracy is known to a few, but it might represent a solution to democracy’s crisis, media’s misinformation and citizen’s political involvement.
Since 2014, the European Union has experienced an unprecedented flow of migrants and asylum seekers from Africa, the Middle East and Asia. However, European states have acted individually and on the basis of national interests. Often to the detriment of the well-being of migrants.
It is now clear that the current European immigration regulation must be changed. But how to change it in order to make it fairer and more sustainable, and to focus attention on the rights of migrants?
In a photoreportage realized in August 2018, Giacomo Buldrini tells us about the difficult situation the population of Karamoja, the poorest region of Uganda, is facing. Here, large private interests amplify long-standing problems, such as the exploitation of workers in mines and alcohol abuse.
The current Dublin regulation has proved both insufficient in providing standards of humane treatment to migrants, and unfair with regard to the southern and border countries, to which is left the responsibility to address migration flows.
LGBTQIA+ people and communities endure discrimination, marginalisation and violence on daily basis. How can we interpret their exploitation and rejection? One entry point is definitely to look throughout history.
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