Tag Archives: politics

More literacy, less indoctrination please

Goal 2: Achieve Universal Primary Education No modern day blog about global education rights is complete without at least mentioning its greatest ambassador and icon: Malala Yousafzai. I recently saw the documentary about her life and was once again won over … Continue reading

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Global partnership

Goal 8: Develop a Global Partnership for Development The eighth goal formulated by the United Nations in 2000 as part of the Millennium Development Goals revolves around “global partnership”, which in the light of recent events and the current state … Continue reading

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Syriasly

This blog has been sitting in my drafty drafts-file for a long time. For a while, all it contained was a general topic, some keywords and a title. I started writing it back in the day when we still saw Assad as … Continue reading

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Azerbaijan – light your fire

The situation in Azerbaijan has been on my to-blog-about list for quite some time, ever since I read how the country’s elections were tainted by claims of fraud and even after the results were accidentally released the day before everyone actually voted, … Continue reading

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V for Vendetta

Venezuela, knowing it is your destiny…  …at least, that is what the country’s tourism slogan wants you to beleive. In reality, the Venezuelan government is struggeling to keep up with what it wants its people to know (and even more … Continue reading

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Revolutionize the revolution

My neighbors like to listen to their radio very loudly. Usually they listen to their favorite Christian channel, blasting sermons of angry reverends into the Ecuadorian jungle. I sometimes wonder if they have problems hearing or if they hope to … Continue reading

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