While considerable amounts of news and focus in the media have highlighted the devastating impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on health services, life losses, or economic developments, few have addressed the long-lasting trajectories of children that have been left without care and nurturing environments.
Arts & Culture
Progress towards equality for gay people in the region appears to be slow. But since the countries’ political, social and cultural environments vary greatly from those in the US, non-US LGBTQ communities naturally achieve somewhat different progress.
The American Department of Defence housed in the Pentagon has access to weapons and technology the likes of which you would think come from the movies, but they also have another weapon – the movies themselves.
Our concept of Pride has been all too limited to the white gay men shown in Hollywood movies and Netflix specials, causing us to look at the world from capitalistic rainbow-glasses.
From the perspective of an avid watcher, the show presents an entertaining and sentimental journey, with the emphasis on ‘patients first’ becoming a promise of hope and better ways. However, it opens up the troubling possibility of comparisons.
The ‘Two Decades of Memes’ exhibition in New York City and Chicago’s Meme Museum have created a safe space for meme creators to display their work as masterpieces. However, despite their efforts, some people are still resistant to label amusing templates as pieces of art.
Google is part of our lives. Let it be Google search engine, Google calendar, Google Meet. The truth is, in this ad, Google is presenting itself as your friend – as the solution to your problem.
The Convention aimed to criminalize all sorts of violence, whether it be physical, sexual or psychological, towards all minorities, most importantly women and people who identify as LGBTQIA+.
Even though authorities are trying to combat brand piracy, it seems that there is also another form of style imitation that is currently being neglected.
The first in a series of reflections on the modern working landscape.
Gordon Parks was one of the creative giants of the 20th century, he faced great injustices and went to war with them. With his eyes and heart to guide him, the camera became his weapon of choice.
People studying STEM subjects are still seen intrinsically smarter and their subjects perceived as more difficult to grasp, in comparison to the students choosing a humanities subject.
The notion of transparency is a continuous progression of values varying by minute degrees between the three metaphors described – increased access to information, open decision-making and the decision-makers themselves.