The pandemic has brought about its own slew of hardships that have made the world’s inequalities all the more apparent. Those who need the most are left empty handed as the world becomes hardened new hardships and turmoil in an amalgamation of crises.
The cyber world is a replica of the real world. Shielded by anonymity and other online perks, humans become hyperactive dots, free of real-life restrictions. Contrary to our previous belief of absolute freedom, we are ultimately constrained by cyber laws.
The intricacies behind sorting a plastic bottle into a blue bin are not what they seem at first glance. Many different players have made the recycling industry what it is today, including the last types of people you would picture being associated with it.
(He/Him) Anthony is a mixed-race poet & writer who has spent most of his life in Kuwait jostling between the UK & America. Anthony’s work has been published 190 times internationally. Anthony has 2 published chapbooks titled ‘The Great Northern Journey’ 2020 (Lazy Adventurer Publishing) & ‘Vultures’ 2021 (Roaring Junior Press). Anthony’s Chapbook ‘Half Bred’ is the Winner of the 2021 ‘The Poetry Question’ Chapbook contest. Anthony’s debut YA Novel ‘The Sands of Change’ will be released in November 2021 with Alien Buddha Press. Anthony is the Co-Editor in Chief of Fahmidan Journal and Fahmidan Publishing & Co. Twitter/Instagram: @anthony64120 https://arsalandywriter.com/
Charter cities—special zones where nations experiment with new governance systems—have been promoted by economists as a way of democratising development and economic growth. But are they just another fad or a useful tool in the fight against poverty?
The TFL and good road systems, the Met, the financial sector, a sizeable population, a clear political preference. What is actually in the way to stop London- a city with such an extremely rich history- from being an independent nation?
Our humanity is hinged on collective responsibility. We are all responsible for each and, we are each responsible for all. This is the rationale behind the African word, Ubuntu, rooted in the African humanist philosophy meaning ‘I am because we are’. Before delving into an analysis of how this African word relates to the issue of the global climate emergency, it is imperative to understand the impact of climate change on the African continent.
A little insight into how social media is playing a consequential role in African politics, and a brief study of the potential of technology and a technological boom on the continent.
There exists in our night sky many mysteries and occurrences that have intrigued scientists for millenia. One of the most intriguing is Retrograde Motion, a term referring to a sort of “optical illusion” that happens with some neighboring planets.
The fashion industry has a new subsection—fast fashion—creating trends that die as soon as they are born, and a bassline of ‘buy, buy, buy’ every time we click. With the widening gap from consumer and production, we must ask—who pays the price for our clothes?
The impact of Utopian Narratives on our Society
Air pollution has been a threat to society for a long period of time. Because of the multitude of ways of how air pollution is caused, how should we tackle air pollution? And what major steps countries have taken to limit air pollution?
The New Ball and (Block)Chain: The Commercial Potential and Legal Regulation of Distributed Ledger Technology
Blockchain, the infrastructure utilised by cryptocurrencies, is witnessing a boom in innovation. However, these innovations, whilst revolutionary, are significantly divorced from their conceptual bases, posing difficult questions for future legal regulation.
The pandemic made many things difficult and more complicated, especially going to school. The internet made working and learning much easier, however, despite its benefits, it is important to note the negative effects and issues that arose
Space colonization is a form of permanent human habitation and exploitation of natural resources outside of planet Earth. Space colonization as a concept is not solely constructed on the availability of additional resources that could enable expansion of human society from Earth into the solar system as we go forward in time, it is also […]
When it comes to the Covid-19 pandemic, we are often bombarded with multiple headlines that can make us nervous and anxious. Balancing being safe as lockdown restrictions ease with newfound anxiety for going out can be difficult. How can we help each other through the transition into our new ‘normal’? It is important to recognise […]
To understand recent protests in Chile, it is imperative that we explore Chile’s rich political past and social divisions, which remains relevant for Chilean politics today.
There is a huge science that helps us know what consumers prefer when it comes into buying products and what attracts them and it’s called Neuromarketing.
The unthinkable is now being soberly considered in an investigation to uncover the coronavirus’s origins. A verdict is yet to be reached, resulting in a surge of skepticism towards the consensus and a push to review the facts of the pandemic.
Law is a unique product of humanity. It commands a peculiar, overriding form of authority, and can be used to protect minorities but also for unjust purposes. But what happens when law is used to facilitate gross injustice, would those ‘laws’ still be laws?
Are we playing God? A powerful tool has caused controversy in the lofty heights of academia and cured people with congenital diseases. We can only assume what the future holds, as moves are made to utilize CRISPR in creative and life-changing ways.
As deepfakes increase in prominence so too will their capacity to wreak havoc, particularly on political institutions. As such, governments must react to this growing threat in a timely fashion.
As the world’s wealthiest nations begin procuring doses of various COVID-19 vaccines, the fate of the world’s refugees, migrants, and asylum seekers remains uncertain.