Inequal access to healthcare shows that we need a change of perspective from a compulsory masking to a right to a mask.
Broken floors, old scratched desks and a dilapidated digital infrastructure are emblematic of the state of university teaching in Hesse and nationwide. In the following blog post, the Marburg initiative ReVerBi (Revolt against the marketization of education) takes a stand on these grievances within two comments.
A politically fragmented country, the withdrawal from the Istanhul Convention and women uniting in solidarity under the slogan “We are not abandoning the Istanbul Convention”.
The concept of solidarity is ubiquitous and is often used imprecisely and decontextualized. Therefore, Jan Niklas Rolf traces the genesis of the concept of solidarity.
The pandemic will not be over until it is over everywhere… Why do we pretend that „everywhere“ means only us?
A conversation about the exploitation of young refugees in professional football.
The Blog „The Yelling 20s?“ has a new team: students of the M.A. Peace and Conflict Studies from the University of Marburg are looking forward to continuing the project.
Human rights activist Kartika Manurung reports on the emergence and impact of the “Omnibus Law on Job Creation” in Indonesia.
Petrus Tuta Nangolo and Victory Nakalenga report on consequences in the Namibian tourism sector by Covid-19 pandemic
Which everyday experiences do artists and cultural workers face since the outbreak of Covid-19? In three podcasts with perspectives from different continents, we aim to gather personal impressions and explore the question of what the future holds for the arts and culture scene.