From Detroit To The DRC: Global Victims Of Neoliberalism

The cold and lifeless streets contain a silence more powerful than the sounds of livelihood that used to pervade them. Places where middle-class families used to dwell are now nothing short of slums. Nobody steps here without some sinister business, which is usually conducted in the abandoned playgrounds where laughter […]

Rohingya People, Myanmar And The Australian Government: An Unfortunate Mix

In spite of recent cases of ethnic cleansing in Myanmar, conducted by the state’s military and government, the Australian military remains fully sanctioned, and are undertaking the “green light” to train and advise Myanmar military personnel, also known as the Tatmadaw. Rakhine, the area where many Rohingya reside, was long […]

Mass Shootings And Terrorism, Mental Health And Video Games

Last week, the Conservative Norwegian government passed legislation that will effectively ban semi-automatic weapons in the country beginning in 2021. It is the political result of a public inquiry that was commissioned following the attacks perpetrated by right-wing terrorist Anders Breivik on July 22, 2011. Breivik killed 69 people in […]


116 children currently residing in the Vine Heritage Home have been saved from infanticide, but many more have not been. The murder of infants, particularly twins, has been a long-term issue in Nigeria that is shrouded in secrecy. Hidden behind the spotlight of the eight-year-old Boko Haram conflict which took […]

Veiling Debate Leaves Muslim Women Vulnerable While Ignoring Their Rights

Recent statistics demonstrate a disturbing upswing in hate crimes in the United States which point to Muslim women who wear the hijab or other traditional coverings of some Muslim communities, as particularly vulnerable targets of xenophobic violence directed at their communities. Hate crimes rose by 4.6 percent in 2016 according […]

Undocumented And Underground: US State Laws Force Students To Study In Secret

Undocumented students in the US state of Georgia claim that they must study in secret. This is due to a law that bans undocumented students from the top five Georgia universities. While the policy was implemented in 2010, human rights activists claim that the situation has only worsened since president […]