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L’acqua: fonte di vita o strumento di guerra?

Si è recentemente tornati a parlare del fenomeno dell’acqua come arma strategica di guerra, utilizzata nel corso della storia per far pressione sui propri nemici. Negli ultimi anni questo fenomeno sembra essersi intensificato ed aver assunto nuove dinamiche, forse anche a causa dell’avanzamento del cambiamento climatico. Caso emblematico e ancora poco discusso è quello della Libia, dove il problema dell’acqua si aggiunge a una situazione già estremamente tesa.

LGBT Rights Are Human Rights

On June 14th, Sarah Hegazy, a 30 years-old Egyptian queer activist, took her own life in Canada, where she moved out after being detained in Egypt. The news spread throughout mass media: three years ago, during Mashrou’ Leila’s concert, she waved the flag symbol of LGBT+ rights and movement, which was the cause of her painful detention that lasted three months.

Protesting for Change – A Conversation with Caroline Skye Grossman

The murder of George Floyd was one of the numerous cases of police brutality towards African-American people. This specific case seems to have raised unprecedented awareness about racism and initiated a series of protests under the slogan “black lives matter.” TNGO political analyst Aurora Ceccotti interviewed Caroline Skye Grossman, who explains what it is like to actively take part of this movement, protesting in the streets of New York.