A new manual presents arguments for ambitious climate policies
The power of progressive actors and citizens combined can offset the climate ignorance of certain governments, allow progressive actors to connect with each other, and build up the power for positive change.
Family Laws in the MENA Region A Tool for Subordination
Farah Daibes expertly summarizes a study that dives deep into the origins of Family Laws in the MENA Region and the recent amendments made specifically for women to counter its inherent misogyny and oppressiveness. Read her…
This is not a forecast, but a possible scenario. It's entirely possible to protect the environment and create employment opportunities—a scenario for the German economy. Read Claudia Detsch's interview of Markus Hoch and…
Exploitation by exposure: How Toxic Substances Poison Workers’ Rights
Over two million workers die every year from occupational diseases, of which nearly one million are due to toxic exposures alone. Baskut Tuncak explores the many solutions available to end this abuse of workers’ rights?
Literature and gentrification: Social critique as a surrogate for literature
For the protagonist of the novel, the greatest pain to be feared is that, as a mother of four living in precarious circumstances, she will soon no longer be a member of the Prenzlauer Berg clique of the Baugruppen milieu, as…
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