Should the access to water be privatised or should it be free for everyone? Photo: United Nations Photo/Flickr.
Av: Kathrin Hegger
The supply of water, our most essential natural resource, will face shortages in the coming decades. Water was declared a human right by the UN in 2010. Therefore its accessibility should be ensured. In which way this will be done remains disputed.
17 juni, 2019, English, Magazine, Opinion
Factory worker making clothes. Photo: Fancycrave, Unsplash.
Av: Vittorio Capici och Wooseong Kim
The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is one of the most ambitious transnational development projects ever implemented. However, many EU analysts and policymakers fear the changes that BRI will bring to the European labour markets. This article will bring you to Prato, a key centre for the Italian textile industry, where the Chinese immigrant workers have been hired under inhumane conditions for 40 years and where the Chinese government decided to invest once again.
10 april, 2019, English, Magazine, Opinion
50 000 women were killed last year in the global war on women. Photo: JWT/UN Women.
Av: Fredrika Sweno
Women killed by intimate partners or family members account for 58 per cent of all female homicide victims reported globally last year. We need to recognize that a lot of homicides should be regarded as casualties in the war against women.
10 december, 2018, English, Magazine, Opinion
Av: Kajsa Fernström Nåtby
At this year’s UN climate conference COP23, the host country Fiji tried a new concept called The Open Dialogue which allowed civil society and states to meet. With that being categorized as new concept, it is safe to say that there is room for improvement when it comes to the inclusion of civil society in […]
27 februari, 2018, English, FUF Lund, Magazine, Opinion