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The challenge of involving younger people is a common concern for many churches, mosques, temples and other places of worship.
While the protection of lifelong anonymity for complainants in sexual offences, regardless of the outcome of any police investigation, is enshrined in law, no equivalent protection exists for suspects.
While the Fringe is something Britain should be proud of, we must also recognise that a disproportionate number of the performers (and even the audience) will be white, middle class and wealthy.
The much-touted shared values between the U.S. and Israel no longer seem to include liberal protections for free speech.
If there is hope in our present situation, it lies in the fact that the current occupant of the White House is opening our eyes to the reality that individuals with dangerous personalities can plunge entire societies into division and moral confusion.
This week sees 1.8 billion Muslims celebrate the "Festival of Sacrifice," or Eid Al-Adha. But the idea of sacrificing one's hard earned money is a year-round activity for Muslims. Could this be the blueprint for fairer societies in Europe and America?
Since 2003, the [Eritrea] government has forced final year secondary school students - boys and girls - into compulsory military training at the Sawa military camp. They are then channelled into indefinite national service, either in military or civilian roles.
We—Indigenous Peoples and local communities—play a critical role in stewarding and safeguarding the world’s lands and forests. For the first time, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report issued today recognizes that strengthening our rights is a critical solution to the climate crisis.
The gap between EU policies and goals for reducing greenhouse gas emissions is becoming increasingly wide and new solutions are urgently needed to close it.
AI will be important to Europe’s future, but ethics alone will not be enough for the EU to pull ahead of its competitors.
No one should underestimate the scale of the mountain facing Zimbabwe after 37 years under Mugabe. The presidential election in 2018 was a turning point, with voters having a real choice for the first time in decades.
We have seen a shift in innovation in the space sector from previously state-owned activities to now private [...] activities, operated by the likes of SpaceX, Blue Origin and Virgin Galactic. As a consequence, the protection of intellectual property in the space sector is rapidly increasing.
Two days ago, a young man called Tomasz tweeted a message suggesting that LGBTI people post photos of themselves “in school or work showing that we are the normal people whom you might meet anywhere: in the shop, on the street, the office”. He added the hashtag #jestemLGBT ("I am LGBT”).
This week, the new UK prime minister Boris Johnson will invite his girlfriend, Carrie Symonds, to live with him in Downing Street. If being live-in lovers is good enough for the PM, is it good enough for the rest of us?
2020 will mark a decade since the earthquake that devastated the country’s infrastructure and set Haiti back a generation. Lest we forget, this earthquake was catastrophic. More people died in five minutes than during five years of conflict in Syria.
For the sake of his political survival, Boris Johnson needs to make a mark on the world stage. Derided as a buffoon or worse, he is likely to look beyond Europe for a way to secure his legacy.
Russia has no domestic violence law and does not treat domestic violence as a stand-alone criminal offense. In a dramatic step back in 2017, certain forms of domestic violence were actually decriminalised.