Skolbarnen

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Kan uppkoppling vara räddningen för den kanske hårdast drabbade medborgargruppen i spåren av coronapandemin? Av Lycke Holmén Skolor stängs världen över i takt med att coronaviruset drar fram. De barn som drabbas hårdast är de som lever där den digitala eftersläpningen fortfarande är stor. Många skolor saknar plattformar för digitalt…

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When We Act

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By Robert Andersson “I was thinking”,We repeatedly say, When we discuss, The headlines of todayOur objectivity rhymes,Well with the notion,That we weren’t aroundWhen the powers gained motion While we discuss,DeforestationAnd try to findEconomic causationOur forests are burning,Species are lostOur planet turns greyOur nature is tossed We ought to protect,Our politicians stateSome from…

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The Effects of Racism

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By Gabriella Borg Bruchfeld What are the ramifications of our actions? What if the butterfly effect of a, to you, innocent discussion on difference of opinion would be stripping someone of his or her rights as a citizen? Would that knowledge change peoples’ behaviors?  When this issue comes out, the…

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The Complex Nature of Citizenship

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By Alexandra N. Grantham Citizenship can be regarded as a legal status that comes with political rights such as voting in elections, and carry a passport, but from a sociological perspective we must understand the social basis and implications of the notion of citizenship – however limited citizenship is defined…

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