by Higerta Gjergji Sanna Ghotbi and Benjamin Ladraa, activists from Solidarity Rising, have decided to bike 48,000 kilometres through 40 countries, starting from Sweden, all the way to Western Sahara. Their mission is to raise global awareness about Africa’s last...
by Higerta Gjergji Dr Jimmy Spire Ssentongo is a Ugandan professor, columnist, portraitist, author and cartoonist. He’s one of the three finalists for the 2024 EU Human Rights Defenders Award. The award is given to a human rights defender who...
by Sofia Silei Can artistic expression be a political and social message of peace? The Aravani Art Project in India is trying to do just that. The organisation aims to create a space where people from transgender communities can come...
by Sofia Silei A lack of access to education largely fuels the cycle of poverty in Honduras. Recognising this, the primary objective of the Honduras Child Alliance (HCA) is to provide children with access to opportunities by developing essential skills....
by Higerta Gjergji The Lafiya Sarari School in Maiduguri, the capital of Borno State, Nigeria, established in 2017 by the Neem Foundation, offers a lifeline to girls in crisis. Unlike traditional schools, Lafiya Sarari prioritizes the mental health and...
by Sofia Silei Bosnia and Herzegovina, a nation scarred by the horrors of war from 1992 to 1995, is now witnessing a significant step towards justice and equality for its citizens. The conflict, marked by countless atrocities against civilians, including...
by Higerta Gjergji Bilan Media is preparing to launch Somalia’s first women-led current affairs programme, hosted by Naima Said Salah. The show will be set up as a debate, inviting public participation and tackling complex taboo topics related to women's...
by Sofia Silei One of the most powerful forms of political and social activism is the written word. This is the deep belief of Vanessa Chisakula, who was born in Lusaka, Zambia, where she now lives with her two children. Vanessa’s...
By Francesca Romana Mollica D.E.S.E.R.T.: Durabilité de l’Environnement et Stabilisation Economique sur la route de Transit . An evocative title is that of the project carried out by the Italian-international consortium including the "terre solidali" onlus, the DIST Department of Turin's...
By Sara Pieraccioni Cyprus today remains strongly divided, both politically and in the management of water resources. Since 1974, the southern part, with a Greek majority, with its capital Nicosia and a member of the European Union, is opposed to...

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