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Stop the destruction of the Greek shoreline

by Ares Kalandides How many times have we heard sarcastic remarks about armchair activism on social media, belittling the politics of Facebook or Twitter? And it is true that for most, that’s the sum total of their activism. A like. … Continue reading

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We Are Moving beyond Numbers (?)

by Renard Teipelke Afterwards, everybody always knows better. We were obsessed with numbers. “We” as in “the majority”, “the public”, “the decision-makers”, or “our/the representatives”. It does not matter if you or I were obsessed with numbers. It was the … Continue reading

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The Brand and the Real Thing: Kenya – Shining for Some

by Renard Teipelke An amazing landscape, wild animals, beautiful sunsets, white beaches, traditional tribe villages, mountains and valleys…one could easily continue the list of things for which Kenya is famous for. This country in East Africa is one of the … Continue reading

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