▶︎ The Perspective LIVE SHOW – 25/3

[smart_track_player url=”https://radioaf.se/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/LIVE-UPF-23.5_mixdown.mp3″] Listen to it on iTunes (UPF Lund) Every other Wednesday, odd weeks, The Perspective Radio has a Live show. This week we decided to publish our on air show (from Wednesday 25/3) as a podcast, partly since the situation with covid-19 makes our organizational work in UPF quite unusual. So

A Governments Guide to Revoking Autonomy: The Curious Case of Kashmir

Source: Kashmir Global In the days leading up to August 5th the inhabitants of Indian-administered Kashmir would experience a series of foreboding events. The telephone networks and internet access were cut off, public gatherings were banned, tens of thousands of troops were sent in, tourist were instructed to leave Kashmir

Coordinated Hypocrisy: The World Bank’s Hegemony In Education

The doublespeak of the World Bank on education, evident in its 2018 report on education, exemplifies what has been coined as organized hypocrisy and clearly sets out the need to challenge its legitimacy and hegemonic role in global education. In line with the scholar Brunsson’s thoughts, organized hypocrisy must be understood as

The Automated Economy And The Case For Universal Basic Income

The future is now. The labour market is poised to make radical shifts due to automation and artificial intelligence technologies. It’s not a part of the distant future; it’s happening now. Self driving vehicles are being tested by a multitude of companies, and automated food delivery systems are already capable

From The Ashes Of Tragedy: Opportunity For Institutional Change In Mexico

In the wake of the oil explosion tragedy in Hidalgo, Mexican president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador faces the first major crisis that may outline the course of his administration’s plans to tackle fuel theft and corruption in both the state-owned oil company Pemex and the federal government itself. On January