Make your voice heard: VOTE by Tal Gur-Arye, Israel

Having watched the result of the Brexit in 2016 I was shocked not only of the fact that people had gone to vote in what I found as a vote of hate, I was also shocked by how slim the margin was and by how easy it would have been for the ‘remain’ camp to … Continue reading Make your voice heard: VOTE by Tal Gur-Arye, Israel

Everything is going to be OK, by Tal Gur- Arye, Israel

It was November 8th and I was in an apartment belonging to an American friend residing in Tel-Aviv. We were watching the news for hours, changing the channels back and forth between CNN and Fox-News in a white night of politics and hopeful anticipation. That night, me and my friends were surprised to learn that … Continue reading Everything is going to be OK, by Tal Gur- Arye, Israel

Solo Travelling By Maroi ECH-CHARKAOUY from Morocco

After spending a disastrous year at school where I was mentally traumatized by one of my male professors who always picked on me, I decided I needed a break. This professor simply picked on me because he did not like me, even though I was attending all classes, participating in all of his classes and … Continue reading Solo Travelling By Maroi ECH-CHARKAOUY from Morocco

The Tent by Thabit from Sudan

Among the thousands I saw every day in and around the Idomeni camp at the Macedonian border, I once encountered a young mother who I will never forget. She was, like many other refugees, men, women and children alike, walking the 25 km that separated them from the border.  I was walking, purposefully dealing with many … Continue reading The Tent by Thabit from Sudan

Young African leaders lost on their way to Europe by Yayehiyrad H.micheal from Ethiopia

I am an optimistic person. I have always seen my Africa as a continent with lots of opportunities and potential, that only needed more time to shine than the rest of the world. Today us, the African youth, the African young leaders, are driving our countries towards a prosperous and better future. However, one doesn’t … Continue reading Young African leaders lost on their way to Europe by Yayehiyrad H.micheal from Ethiopia