Daily Archives: August 12, 2017


Made In Africa

I have heard many say that ‘adulting’ is no fun. It means being more aware of the happenings of the world, a job, taxes, thinking about ends meeting, and basically, responsibility, for some that is. Many others either have the pleasure of remaining children, even after physically becoming adults, or […]


Modern Slavery In The UK

The National Crime Agency (NCA) has reported that human trafficking in the UK is “far more prevalent than previously thought.” With the Home Office estimating between 10,000 and 13,000 current cases, the NCA suggests that these cases are affecting “every large town and city in the country.” However, even these […]


Migrant Crisis In Europe: Crossing The Mediterranean Sea

There are thousands of people trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea to Italy illegally every year. Among them, the majority are Nigerians who flee their home country to Europe, mainly through Libya. Similarly, people from Bangladesh, Guinea, Gambia, Senegal, and Morocco also join the troop of risky crossing, Bloomberg reports. […]


Famine In Yemen Is A Man-Made Disaster

In the past four years, Yemen has been engulfed in a disastrous civil conflict which not only left the country in political chaos, but also prevented the population from accessing basic resources such as food supplies and sanitation. A recent study by Oxfam has estimated that around 7 million Yemeni […]


North Korea Isn’t As Scary As We Think

North Korea has recently drawn the attention and fear of many Americans, but the scale of it may be overblown. Kim Jong-Un has earned the title as arguably the most oppressive heads of state in the world today. While the people of North Korea struggle with hunger, poverty, and security […]