New Social Compact

Populist Cult: Democracy’s Peril

Throughout history, numerous examples exist of leaders who veer away from democratic principles, captivating the masses and building their foundations on alternative grounds. In...

Migration through the Prism of Feminist International Relations

 In an increasingly globalized world, more people are travelling across the globe, for better life opportunities than ever before. This increase in number is...

Equality Not Yet Seen: North-South in Security and Women’s Discourses

The Emergence of the North-South Human Security Dialectic The concept of human security that is agreed upon today is not taken for granted, there was...

Social Matters: Valuing Employee Well-being

Authors: Birger Kydland, Ynna Abigail Olvida, Yuanda Pangi Harahap* Highlighting the “social” aspect of ESG As the world becomes more aware of the need for sustainable...

Fighting back against violence against women – a stain on modern-day society

One in three women in the EU has experienced physical and/or sexual violence – around 62 million women. Now EU policymakers have finally declared that;”...

The Social Ostracism of the Disabled:  A Tale of Discrimination, Deprivation, and Disregard

A first-of-its-kind report on disability produced jointly by World Health Organization (WHO) and World Bank suggests that more than a billion people today experience...

The Post-Truth Society: How Misinformation is Undermining Political Discourse

The transmission of false information has become a significant problem in political debate as the world gets more digital. The phrase "post-truth" has come...

The Power of Social Media: Shaping Political Discourse in the Digital Age

Politics and society are being impacted by social media more and more. Social media has been essential in organizing social movements, amplifying voices, and...

Mental Health is Key to Sustainable Development: It Starts with Quality Education

On Mental Health Awareness month, the Executive Director of the UN’s global fund for education in emergencies, Education Cannot Wait, calls for expanded support...

The Blue Tick Conundrum

Trust but verify is a common adage often used to highlight the importance of confirming the information provided before it is assumed true. While the...

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