It was Human Rights Day on Saturday! Does that mean every other day of the year is a human rights abuse day or, more accurately,
http://www.youtube.com/embed/38YWB8iX7OYIf you were Nando’s and you were receiving threats from Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe’s ZANU PF loyalists, would you have pulled your viral advert from
First appearing in 2005 in issue 92, Granta magazine published ‘The View from Africa’ – a collection of memoir and reportage that sought to challenge
The cost for South Africa of hosting COP 17 will, it is estimated, amount to some 400 million rand (approx. €40 million). The funds will
Today is World AIDS Day. It has been almost 30 years since HIV and AIDS was first recognised and diagnosed. HIV and AIDS has since
Here is a selection of six thought provoking cartoons from the Collective Desazkundea’s flickr photostream – they are a group who formed in Bilbao following workshops,
Aids-related deaths are at the lowest level since their 2005 peak, down 21%, figures from UNAIDS suggest. The data also show that while the number
A new report by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) entitled the Global Study on Homicide, outlines that the total number of
“Should child soldiers be prosecuted for their crimes?” “In modern day warfare, children, both girls and boys, are increasingly becoming the subject of military recruitment,
The Trinity College Dublin Development Issues Series
From the 2019 Trinity College Dublin Development Issues Series Final Five, Ronan Daly explores the erosion of freedom of expression and the potential subsequent impacts
A final-seven finalist in the 2018 Trinity College Dublin and developmenteducation.ie Development Issues series, Grace McGinnis looks at the Black Power Movement in the United States, and beyond.
There are still large numbers of people sleeping outside, in the cold struggling to find any way to simply stay warm. Ethan Kudler, a final-seven
‘Health’ and ‘well-being’: does our understanding depend on if we are in a developed or developing country?