“We’re the ones who have to live with it”

A podcast about climate activists By: Simon Balvaert More and more young people are climate activists. Generation Z and Millenials feel the need to fix what previous generations have done to the climate. We are the people who have to live with the consequences. Despite every individual having potential to contribute to improvement, large companies and governments are needed to carry the lion’s share of … Continue reading “We’re the ones who have to live with it”

Abkhazia: A forgotten conflict

Ghost towns, bombed houses: The frozen conflict in the South Caucasus region Abkhazia is almost forgotten. It’s time to remember it, to find a possible solution. But is that even possible? Can the corona pandemic bring a change?  A podcast by Lea Dillmann Abkhazia, known as the favorite holiday spot of former Russian dictator Josef Stalin, located northeast at the black sea along the Russian border. … Continue reading Abkhazia: A forgotten conflict

The Netherlands: A paradise for the LGBTIQ community?

Podcast by Annemarie Andre | Picture by Unsplash Since the Netherlands introduced the same-sex marriage as the first country in the world in 2001, it is known as a place of tolerance and sexual freedom. While other European countries now caught up with it and developed the movement furthermore, the Netherlands stood still. What are the challenges of the LGBTIQ community in the Netherlands nowadays? … Continue reading The Netherlands: A paradise for the LGBTIQ community?

Life in Times of Corona – Episode 21

In this last episode of our Corona-Podcast Veronica, Tijn, Emma and Viktor talk about countries opening their borders again in Europe, and the Black Lives Matter movement and what we can do against racism. Also: Our magazine is done! We take a look back at the ups and downs of our journey through this project. Big thanks to all our listeners who joined and supported … Continue reading Life in Times of Corona – Episode 21