How to involve young people in politics? UPF’s President Michal Gieda and Vice-president Zigne Esltröm talk in Voices of UPF about the role that youth organisations like UPF play and need to play to engage young people in politics, by offering an open space for inclusive discussions about politics and
Emily Hsiang talks in Voices of UPF about the new moon race between China and the US but also private companies, and the relationship in the Chinese space programme between Chinese mythology and the names of the Chinese programme’s projects, serving as a metaphor. [smart_track_player url=”https://radioaf.se/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/VoU-Emily-Hsiang.mp3″ ] Listen to it
Are Russian women out of control? Anna Puzanova talks in Voices of UPF about how elements of Russian society reacted to the female empowerment campaigns of clothing brands like Reebok. The campaign’s most provocative slogans were received negatively by Russian feminist organisations. The ‘how’ and ‘why’ are discussed by Anna.
Ever watched Kung Fu Panda? For one of our speakers the film has nearly taken over her life. Abrisham Ahmadzadeh talks about the realism with which the movie portrays Kung Fu practices and Chinese traditions, even though it is an American production – and all of that despite being a
Can a man be president too? Linda Kivi talks in Voices of UPF how in her childhood she looked up to female role models like then-Finnish president Tarja Halonen and Pippi Longstocking. Role models shape how people think and act, enabling dreams and empowering people. For these reasons, Linda talks
Do you know about the dark history of Pad Thai? Pad Thai is the dish that most Westerners will know. Kevin Amphan talks in Voices of UPF about the dish’s origin: Thai Dictator Phibun sought a dish that was both cheap and symbolic for the country. But cheap need not