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Disability Pride Month: inclusivity and access for all

People with disabilities are the largest and most diverse minority within the population, representing all abilities, ages, races, ethnicities, religions and socio-economic backgrounds. According...

The Melilla tragedy is ultimately the EU’s responsibility

The death of 23 migrants in the Spanish enclave of Melilla should shine a spotlight on the failures of the EU's migrant control policy. Many...

Overturning abortion rights is a Pyrrhic victory. It will cost the US dearly in the long run

In the past decade, the American political system has been failing women's rights. The latest Roe v Wade verdict is seen as one of...

Impact of Libya’s Conflict on Maghreb Countries

From security to economics and international influence, the countries of the Maghreb are deeply interested in what is happening in Libya. Libya has been locked...

We have to be realistic about climate change and the war in Ukraine

It is challenging for the war in Ukraine to be a turning point in the fight against climate change when governments look for non-Russian...

Heard vs. Depp and the Consequences for Women’s Rights

We still have a long way to go when it comes to women's rights and unequal treatment. Our culture's response to gendered violence and...

The perilous road ahead for Ukrainian refugees

Ukrainian refugees face a number of challenges and threats as they seek to settle in their host countries. Long-term, some of those who have...

Media, ideology and the war in Ukraine

Western rhetoric may rightly be considered as clever propaganda to halt Russian atrocities in Ukraine, but such discourses can easily take a giant leap...

Libya: Why political stability remains elusive

There are too many drivers of political instability in Libya, including a lack of consensus on critical issues, such as the reunification of institutions,...

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