Stories about Ideas from May, 2017
Is Canadians' reputation for niceness preventing Canada from really achieving true greatness as a country?
A photo exhibit combines street scenes in the southern Macedonian town of Bitola during World War I and their situation today.
RuNet Echo speaks to Anna Veduta about her work for Russia’s anti-corruption crusader, her relocation to the United States, and her experience as a regional expert and feminist.
The story of how a photo of a horrific accident in the Democratic Republic of Congo seven years ago took on a life of its own. WARNING: Contains violent images.
The Caribbean has just launched its first online database aimed at tracking human rights violations and providing data to assist advocacy work.
Poor Internet infrastructure leaves the vast majority of Indians limited to mobile Internet only, making it difficult to engage deeply with Internet technology.
"Then there's Alien or Osmi Putnik which literally translates to "The Eighth Passenger". What was the sequel translated as? More Passengers?"
"Will (people living with Aspergers syndrome) be happy to hear the term asupe used as slang, I wonder?"
"What is Venezuela right now? Who are we, the Venezuelans who have survived this historic defeat?"
The scheme comes in the wake of news about a major mudslingling campaign that the Kremlin was reportedly planning against Navalny.
By connecting detainees with friends and human rights organizations more quickly than ever, the “Red Button” app hopes to provide protesters with greater protection from illegal arrests and penalties.
Salt Water Challenge, Skipping Meals and #DignityStrike: Palestinians Show Solidarity With Prisoners’ Hunger Strike
Prisoners are demanding an end to solitary confinement, arrest and detention without trial known as administrative arrest, and medical negligence, as well as the improvement of conditions within the prison.