Stories about Youth from April, 2017
Brazilian Graffiti Artists and Young Syrians Are Painting Refugee Camp Walls Together
Brazilian and Syrians are hand in hand on "Painting on Camps walls" of refugee's school camp in Lebanon's Beqaa and more walls of hope inside Syria.
How the Symbols of Indonesia’s Hardline Muslim Groups Reached the Pages of Marvel Comics
"This artwork will be removed from subsequent printings, digital versions, and trade paperbacks and disciplinary action is being taken," according to a statement released by Marvel Comics.
For Venezuela's Government, Protesting Is “Terrorism”
"The money is never enough, there are no medicines, and the streets are full of criminals, and you won't let me protests on top of it all?"
The Kremlin Is Reportedly Planning a Major Mudslinging Campaign Against Putin's Biggest Critic
The Kremlin has reportedly decided to unleash a major mudslinging campaign against opposition leader Alexey Navalny, after his anti-corruption efforts shaved 10 points of Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev’s approval rating.
Urbanisation in Chechnya: Why Do People Leave Their Ancestral Villages?
Chechnya's farms have fallen fallow as villagers enthusiastically swap the hard work and abundance of the countryside for occasional labour and handouts in the city.
Two Mozambican Universities Want to Ban Short Skirts and Dreadlocks
"If the students follow these rules, it is because they don’t have the balls to assert their human rights, and they deserve the university where they study".
Russian Political Astroturf Is Back
Before Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny was released from jail on Monday, a staged “student demonstration” was making headlines to spoil his public return.
Osaka Becomes the First Municipality in Japan to Recognize Same-Sex Foster Parents
"If you love the children you raise above all else, be you same-sex parents or parents of the opposite sex, that's all that's important to being a parent."
Russian Lawmakers Want to Ban Kids From Social Media, Require ‘Real Name’ Registration
Lawmakers in the St. Petersburg area want to purge online social media of all children under the age of 14, and eliminate Internet anonymity.
Ugandan Races in Jamaican Competition, Raising Questions About Patriotism, Team Loyalty
A Ugandan born runner, now living in Jamaica, was allowed to compete in the country's long-standing and highly lauded 'Champs' secondary schools meet, sparking much debate in the Jamaican blogosphere.