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Artists Share Illustrations To Condemn Violence Against Women In Latin America
Women's Strikes Are Erupting Across Argentina After The Brutal Rape Of A Teenage Girl
We Can No Longer Turn A Blind Eye To Murders Of Transgender Women In Mexico
Same-Sex Marriage Is Still Illegal in South Korea.. But Our Symbolic Wedding Made People Dream
Kim Jho Gwangsoo
Gay marriages are no longer unimaginable in South Korea. It is not exclusive to other countries: This is our story now too. I also think...
Refugees Can Make Great Entrepreneurs. Here's How We Can Help Them.
Sophia von Bonin
I am convinced that politics alone will not be able to successfully facilitate integration. We must all tackle the problem together and...
Moving Photos Look Back At How Brazil's Youth Fought To Save Their Schools
The Sao Paulo state government unceremoniously announced in October 2015 that dozens of schools would be closed by 2016 as part of...
Here’s A List Of Charming Wedding Traditions From Around The World
You might already know this, but Greek weddings are extravagant affairs with scores of strange, fun customs. Before the wedding begins,...
We Cannot Allow Uncertainty To Cloud The Future Of Colombia
The shocking "no" vote puts the peace process at risk, fragments the population even further, and badly injures the legitimacy of the government...
Hungary's Migrant Referendum Is Invalid, But That Doesn't Make It Any Less Dangerous
Such a campaign is certainly irresponsible -- even more so because it has been orchestrated by an acting Prime Minister. It represents...
An Old Spanish Prison Is Now A Gorgeous Makeshift Art Museum
The cells and walls of a former prison in the Spanish city of Segovia are currently home to more than 20 art projects, including paintings,...
The Refugee Crisis Is Here To Stay. Now Is The Time To Deepen European Cooperation.
The refugee/migration phenomenon is here to stay, and it will require specific initiatives and actions, not just words. Europe must act...
Portraits Of Post-Apartheid South Africa Try To Shed Light On Inequality
Apartheid ended 22 years ago in South Africa, but a sense of segregation can still be felt strongly in its urban fabric. Under apartheid,...
Two Years After 43 Students Were Kidnapped In Mexico, We Need To Discuss The Legacy Of Ayotzinapa
Ayotzinapa is still being treated as an isolated incident. It is not regarded critically, and the conversation is therefore often heated...
These Are The Faces Of European Regions Facing Depopulation Today
A demographic crisis is unfolding across Europe, with birth rates plummeting at alarming rates. For a photo project titled “Negative...
Parents In This Greek Town Are Vowing To Do Whatever It Takes To Keep Refugee Children Out Of Their Schools
These parents are so desperate to keep their children away from the refugees that they are willing to occupy school premises, and thereby...
Brazil's Congress Just Expelled Its Former Speaker, But He's Vowing To Have The Last Word
If Eduardo Cunha gets no help, it is likely that he would get arrested in the coming months. In that case, he would have plenty of time...
I Wish I Could've Been That Kid Who Stood Up To Anti-Gay Protesters In Mexico
My uncle Xavier never had a wedding of his own. He couldn't even dream of having one. My uncle Xavier was gay.
Tom Cruise Sends Dakota Fanning Shoes Every Year For Her Birthday
94-Year-Old Man Retiring As Pennsylvania City Fire Chief After 63-Year Tenure
Amy Schumer and Goldie Hawn’s Recreated Beyoncé ‘Formation’
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