▶︎ Travel Report: Chile & Singapore Part 2

Part 2 of the Travel Report is a panel discussion about different types of human security challenges that Singapore is facing today and could come to face in the future. Our panelists include Mark Hann from the organization Human Security Collective located in Hague, Kristina Göransson who is the Deputy

The Humanitarian Crisis in Tigray, Ethiopia – A Witness Report

Steve Evans, Flickr It has been six months since the Ethiopian government launched a military operation against the regional Tigray People’s Liberation Front, TPLF, on November 4th 2020, after weeks of rising political tensions. Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed declared a state of emergency and all communication to and from the

▶︎ Covidspiracy – The Threat and Fascination of Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy theories hold a certain power over us and in this podcast we discuss the reason for that. We focus in on the theories surrounding the outbreak of Covid-19 and what negative effects have come from this, such as a rise in anti-asian hatecrime and further suspicions towards vaccines. We

Hanging in the balance – Afghanistan’s women in fear as the country enters a new political era

ArmyAmber, Pixabay Wandering the streets of Kabul, Afghanistan in the 1960’s, one could have passed by women wearing miniskirts, walking alongside their male friends on their way to their university classes. Much has happened since then. The country has been in a state of conflict for nearly 40 years, and

The Contradictory Journey of Alexei Navalny: Liberalism, xenophobia and a progressive attitude

Evgeniy Isaev, Flickr To oppose an authoritarian regime is dangerous but to be the de facto leader is a danger on a completely new level. The threat of being silenced, murdered or imprisoned are ever present. Alexei Navalny represents this struggle; as an opposition leader in Russia he is currently