Written by Joelle Ayana Josephine Berg I got up early, had breakfast, went on a walk and grocery shopping, did a workout, studied for several […]
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A GUIDE TO BETTER SUPPORT THE GLOBAL SOUTH IN THE CLIMATE MOVEMENT
In accordance with Fridays For Future’s (FFF) campaign “Unheard but not voiceless” in September 2020, we see that the climate crisis is asymmetrically impacting the world. This is why it is crucial that we learn how to better accommodate and support the climate activists in the Global South and the issues they come forward with. So, we’ve put together three easy pointers to know where to start.
New Beginnings for First-Year IRO Students
We asked numerous first-year students of the IRO program about their first semester of university and their future in 2022. Here are their responses…
Podcast: “Unforeseen Rise” by African Identity
A 19 year old Zimbabwean girl. I am determined to inform and share my thoughts on the African motherland and the African identity in the global context. I seek to alter the negative connotations tied to the African identity by encouraging others to establish more appreciation for their Africa.
The Board Recommends: Must-Reads in 2022
What are your new year’s resolutions for 2022? Are you still eating healthier, or have you exchanged your running shoes for a warm blanket and your couch yet? For those of you who loathe sore muscles and running through The Hague’s rainy weather, we have good news: The new year’s resolution we propose involves no sweating or getting up early.