People with disabilities have a special vulnerability to increased climate change, according to the organization MyRight. Pictured: a wheelchair on the ground in Kathmandu, Nepal. Photo: MyRight.
People with disabilities are almost never included in the work for a better climate, nor do they receive information about climate change in available formats. Without information, it is difficult to be involved and change. It writes MyRight, the Swedish disability movement's organization for international development cooperation.
January 31, 2022, Guest chronicle
The children at the school between the villages of as-Sawyia and al-Lubban ash-Sharqiya, the West Bank, meet heavily armed soldiers on the way to school every day. This is what such a day can look like. Photo: Fanny Lingqvist.
Of: Fanny Lingqvist
Every day when the children go to school along the highway, they are met by heavily armed soldiers. Some days the soldiers aim their weapons at the children, other days they block the way to school. On particularly bad days, children are arrested and abducted in military vehicles, often in front of their schoolmates or family members who are desperately trying to get them released.
January 11, 2022, Guest chronicle
Date and time: 10 Dec, 08:00 - 16:00
Do you want to make a real difference and contribute to positive change in our world? In many places around the world, people are being detained for who they are, what they believe in and standing up for it. FUF Jönköping, together with Students for Sustainable Action (SSA), will participate in the global initiative Write […]
December 6, 2021, English, Calendar, Local group, Seminars, Educational activity