Human Rights, Life, Opinion, World, Editor's Choice
Human Rights, Life, Opinion, World
Sexual Harassment has become the prime topic. Since the Bill O’Reilly and Harvey Weinstein allegations broke, we have been constantly bombarded with new facts, victims, offenders, and allegations. What we are missing though is a cohesive picture of what Sexual Harassment is and that it isn’t a problem solely defined by gender.
Asia-Pacific, Nepal, Human Rights, Life
Rastafari is known for its outlook of being humble, kind and fair to all. However, modern society has caught up to Rastafari practices, and some of their traditions have now been perceived as questionable.
Asia-Pacific, India, Life
We often say that we are in the 21st Century, the age of science, technology, awareness, and education. But let’s look at poor developing countries like Nepal, where people lack basic education and are unaware about Science and Technology. People still blindly follow religious practices, which were handed down to them, although they don’t know the reasons behind them or why they are performed.
Americas, Venezuela, Human Rights, Life, Opinion
“Punish us if you want, but triple talaq will remain valid in India”, The Jamiat Ulama-i Hind, the leading Islamic Organization in India, proclaimed after the Supreme Court’s Ban on triple talaq. Challenging the 1400-year-old practice, the Muslim Women’s quest for equality filed seven petitions including one by a woman who was divorced through WhatsApp.
Life, Opinion, World
“Be a good girl, bring me a beer,” her father said.
Europe, Bulgaria, Human Rights, Life
It was a pleasant day. The evening had been dreamy and relatively cooler after the first monsoon rain. Enjoying tea with cookies, I was scrolling up and down on my feed when news caught my eyes. I couldn’t just scroll it down; a Christian teenage girl from Israel had been killed by her father over a relationship with a Muslim guy. That was Tuesday, July 18th, 2017. One of many honor killings we had to wittness in recent years.
Asia-Pacific, India, Human Rights, Politics
Every few times a year, an event takes place in the city of Stara Zagora that has come to be known as the Bride Market. The participants are young boys and girls from the Kalaidzhi clan – a local Roma community that is largely impoverished.
Ghana, Human Rights, World, Editor's Choice
Raging April is over and May is currently on the lookout. Speculations might come further until the rest of the year. Meets, talks, internet ban, pellets and militancy all are flashing in the news. Deep in those lines and words are cries of helpless and desperate people for attention on the oppression happening in Kashmir.
Human Rights, Opinion, Politics, World
As a woman, I can’t say that I feel safe all the time when walking by myself. Most of us have experienced worries about our safety, and sadly it’s a reality that we need to acknowledge because there are so many victims. Women’s safety is still a great concern around the globe.
Think of a famous female politician. I can guarantee that the first names that come to mind are Margaret Thatcher, Theresa May, Harriet Harman. Whatever your political stance, one must appreciate how hard these women have worked in a male-dominated workplace.