Burqa Ban Much controversy has been concocted in the media about the wearing of a traditional Islamic clothing for women, the burqa (also known as ‘burka’). The views on this matter vary depending on location and/or opinion, for example that of the leader of the One Nation Party, based in Australia. The One […]
Alexander Smarius is a teacher at Vossius Gymnasium Amsterdam. He teaches Greek and Latin and is a Jehovah Witness. He has always had a religious desire, even though his parents were Catholic.
Miguel participated at the Get2Gather conference in Madrid and together with other young people coming from all over Europe elaborated on calls to actions for Europe’s future. What has to change in order that the young generation can live in a peaceful, modern and sustainable Europe? Read his impressive speech on “Religion” that he held during the press conference.
“Can you imagine a world where cats kill other cats just because they have black fur?” Alessia´s trip to Auschwitz-Birkenau leaves her thinking about parallels between the past and present situation in Europe. An appeal to oppose discrimination 70 years after Auschwitz. Because we are all different and all black cats.