Innocent people all around the world have been suffering great loss for years as a result of violent terrorist attacks. These attacks have different purposes, but the outcome is always the same, ten, hundreds or ten thousand lives lost and more violence done and attacks made as a retaliation. This audio report goes into details … Continue reading Sri Lanka- a response to the New Zealand mosque shooting
Brexit has dominated British news outlets since 2016. For many years it has been the biggest political news stories in the UK. But has the hype around Brexit meant that other important global stories, such as the threat of climate change and rising tensions between countries, are overlooked, potentially to our detriment? https://soundcloud.com/leah-trimmer-335897449/brexit-overshadow-audio/s-BdAVz Image credits: … Continue reading Is Brexit overshadowing the real global issues that truly matter?
The world’s largest democracy, India, is currently undergoing its election process. But how is this process undertaken and controlled? Global Space in 60 seconds explains a brief summary of how the Indian public will determine its future leader and when. https://youtu.be/CC-DZLojrDM Global Space in 60 seconds touches on the ongoing Indian elections and how it … Continue reading Global Space in 60 seconds: India’s general election 2019
Paul Manly The Green Party saw a “historic” victory Monday night as Paul Manly was elected into Parliament in the Nanaimo-Ladysmith British Columbia by-election. Manly earned 37.1% of the votes and will be the second Green Party member in Parliament, joining Party leader Elizabeth May. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he thinks that Canadians … Continue reading Trudeau Blames Climate Change for Green Party Win
The world’s most populous democracy, India, is undergoing its general election in seven phases. The first of the seven began on April 11 and will then extend along till May 19, when the twenty-nine Indian states will have filled the ballots that determine the future of the country. In more recent events, India has been … Continue reading India’s 2019 General election: The important questions answered
In 1961, it was alone. Southern Cameroon had two choices; join Nigeria or become one with the Republic of Cameroon…it chose the latter. For the next half a century, this decision would return to terrorise the Southern Cameroonians as if the outcome of the decision was not one which they expected. They were promised equal … Continue reading Cameroon: A country in crisis