What impact do space, time and location have on identity development? Which cultural, philosophical, geographical, or social attachments determine our way of life? And how do we deal with differences and contradictions?
We often assume anyone in favour of green principles cannot possibly be right wing. But that is not at all the case. Environmental protection and nature conservation has long been embraced by people whose other ideas are on the far right of the spectrum.
The Argentinean writer Camila Sosa Villada defends the term “travesti” in contrast to the category “trans woman,” says she considers “identity a prison” and states categorically that: “People love our suffering.”
Prof. Austin Bukenya talks about how he came to describe himself as a feminist and about the challenges and chances of male feminists. He explains why it is important for men to internalize gender awareness, instead of just opportunistically faking it and how they should consistently practice it as a way of life.
Children and youth are the victims of excessive data collection by online applications. However, children and adolescents in Europe enjoy higher levels of data privacy and protection than those who live in what is called the Global South.
The photo of a Black woman on the white Brazilian grandmother’s kitchen wall of author Alma Kaiser gives rise to many questions. Her grandmother calls the woman her “mãe preta”. But who was she really?
Why are there two terms for people that leave their home country to live and work elsewhere? The connotations of the notions “expat” and “immigrant” reveal the colonial power structures that shape migration today.
In an interview, writer thinker, and one of the most important activists of the Brazilian indigenous movement, Ailton Krenak, talks about the ideas of belonging and resistance that permeate the struggle of indigenous populations of the American continent.