by Monica Islam There are no better people in the world than the Jews and why Hitler doesn’t think so is a mystery to me. They contribute to every society they live in, and most of all, they are a deeply religious people. Miss Gates in To Kill a Mocking Bird by Harper Lee Did …

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by Amelia Mitchell Each year on January 26, special Australia Day ceremonies are held all around my nation. These ceremonies serve to officially welcome migrants from across the globe, who wish to commit themselves to Australia and her people by becoming Australian citizens. These special services are called Australian Citizenship Ceremonies—or Naturalization Ceremonies. After speeches …

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by Metolo Foyet The Tourism, Hospitality, and Event Management (THEM) industry is a dynamic and multifaceted sector focused on providing memorable experiences to travellers and event attendees. With a major contribution to global economies, driven by the diverse needs and preferences of customers for leisure, business, and special events, THEM encompasses various businesses, including hotels, …

AI-Powered Tourism: Your Path to a Thriving Career Read More »

by Ruhamah Ifere Women and girls are on the run for their lives in Nigeria.  This is alarmingly so because in 2023, 30 million women and girls are still experiencing gender based violence in the country according to Action Aid. One in two women report that they or a woman they know have experienced violence …

Gender based violence: Rape; Clearing the fog Read More »

by Similoluwa Ifedayo Nigeria, the most populous country in Africa and the seventh largest in the world, has seen a large number of its citizens emigrate in recent years, in what is popularly known as ‘japa’, a Yoruba term for ‘flee’. The emigration wave is gathering steam amid mounting socioeconomic challenges in the country. Nigeria …

The ‘japa’ wave and the rise of Nigeria’s diaspora assets Read More »

by Monica Islam Patriarchy is defined as “a system of society or government in which men hold the power and women are largely excluded from it.” Much to the dismay of radical feminists, I do not have a problem with this. It is fine for men to lead. Not everyone can be the leader if …

Conventional Patriarchy Hurts Men, Too! Read More »

by Srishti Negi “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players” – Shakespeare opined in the late 16th century, writing these memorable and insightful lines in his play ‘As You Like It’. And this dictum for ages immemorial has, consciously or unconsciously, represented the international stage at large. Now the …

United States, China & Others – The Rise of a new Cold War Read More »

by Kiyara Manaka Matambanadzo Africa has been trying to catch up with the rest of the world for so long. After decades of war and colonialism, there has been a scramble to bring Africa, particularly the rural areas, into an age of rapid industrialization. But what if Africa’s leaders are missing out on one key …

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