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Make America open again: what changes will Biden’s victory bring?

The recent American elections determined Democrat Joe Biden’s victory and the end of the Trump presidency. This result could lead to a series of changes in both domestic and foreign policy. After the four years of Trump’s government, characterized by excessive tones and poisoned debates, the newly elected President wants to present himself as a […]

This is War

Thursday, October 22, 2020. On this day, Poland’s constitutional tribunal ruled that abortions for fetal abnormalities violate the country’s Constitution, which means – imposing a near-total ban in a country that already had one of the strictest abortion laws in Europe. Julia Przyłębska, the tribunal president, said that allowing abortions in fetal abnormalities “denies the respect […]

European Week of Sport 2020

At the Olympic Games, it isn’t the most beautiful or strongest who are crowned, but those who compete. Aristotle Every year from 23 to 30 of September, the European Week of Sport takes place. The initiative started officially in 2015 to fight the growing inactivity of the Europeans. It aims to encourage a healthy and […]

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The ‘Wall of Mothers’ That Rises Against Police Violence

They started in Portland, but now the movement has spread to various cities across the United States. We are talking about the Wall of Mothers. During the protests of the last period it has risen again and again around the protesters to prevent the federal agents sent by President Donald Trump from arresting and attacking […]

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Earth Overshoot Day 2020

The Earth Overshoot Day We define “Earth Overshoot Day” the day when humanity consumes all the natural resources available on the planet for a specific year. To be more precise, the date is the imaginary point when humanity’s demand exceeds what Earth can regenerate in that year. The humankind has started being “indebted” to the […]

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The Murder of Pinar Gültekin and the Protests Against Male Violence in Turkey

The murder of Pinar Gültekin The body of 27-year-old student Pinar Gültekin was found in a forest in Mugla province, Turkey, on Tuesday, July 21. Five days had passed without news of her: the last time they had seen her, she was at a bus stop. Pinar Gültekin was beaten and strangled by her former […]

Safe sex and stigma in Thessaloniki

“The sexual urge is the most violent of our desires: the desire of all our desires” Arthur Schopenhauer The habits and traditions of a certain society regarding sexuality and its expression are an essential part of it. Over the course of history, the perception of them changed significantly. The so-called “sexual revolution” that started in […]

Prostitution in Greece

“It is fitting for me to be in love, but your time is long gone.” Corianno by Pherecrates, ancient Greek poet The legal state of the sex-related professions has been quite a controversial topic in the last decades.Some consider such a profession as an objectification of women’s body, therefore as something to ban. Others see […]