December 13, 2022
Afro-Costa Rican’s History of Inequality & Long Road to Pura Vida
(Costa Rica) — For native Costa Ricans, the phrase “Pura Vida” is loosely translated to “living life to the fullest” […]
December 12, 2022
Prague Street Name Controversy Roils Feelings Over War in Ukraine
Prague wanted to change the name of street honoring a once-revered Soviet general who has fallen out of favor with the war in Ukraine. The proposal did not sit well with a number of residents, who now oppose the move.
December 10, 2022
Same-sex Marriage Adoption in Taiwan: When Can We Start A Family?
Same-sex marriage has been legal in Taiwan since 2019, but same-sex couples have limited adoption rights. Yi-ling Chen and Yi-ru Lin hope to change that.
November 8, 2022
American Elections Not Top of Mind in Qatar
While Americans were casting their ballots, people in Qatar were more focused on the World Cup they will be hosting in a couple of weeks.
November 7, 2022
Responding to the Ukrainian Refugee Crisis: An Interview with Katharine Woolrych
(BRUSSELS) – More than 7.5 million Ukrainian refugees have entered Europe following the Russian invasion. The Ukrainian crisis put additional […]