Asia-Pacific, Philippines, Human Rights
Opinion, Science & Tech, World
“I am a solo parent. How do I help my kids?” – We could all, at one point, facing this question. What are the rights concerning illegitimate children and child support in the Philippines and what options do single parents have?
Opinion, Science & Tech, World, Editor's Choice
Becoming a parent is a wonderful experience, but it’s also extremely difficult. There are sleepless nights for months on end, there is rarely time for a shower or a decent meal, and for tired new parents dealing with a baby who won’t eat, sleep or stop crying, there are many questions that need answering. For those who don’t have the option to ask a friend or relative for advice, parents may turn to the next best thing – social media. Little do they know they may have to face a Sanctimommy.
Americas, Peru, Venezuela
Video games, whether they are played on your PC or on a console system, come in all shapes and sizes – and with a variety of parental ratings. From the colourful world of Hello Kitty Online to the remarkably violent Grand Theft Auto series, and every game in between, the range of violence in video games seems endless. But what impact do violent video games really have?
Venezuela has been on the radar of hundreds of international news sites and several human rights organizations. The economic situation of the country and mass protests against the national government has given them some things to talk about.
Sarah, a young girl, age 14, found out one morning that her parents filed for a divorce, and are going to live separately from now on. With no one around, she went out for a stroll in the nearest park. While on her way back, she met a friend from her school, along with two boys.