Written by Nelli Naukkarinen The United States Justice department in their 2016 analysis of criminal victimisation estimates found that as much as 80% of sexual offenses such as rape and sexual assault go unreported. For years the on-going dialogue has been centred on the topic of “why do victims not
By Arin Doshi Donald Trump has been the president of the United States of America (USA) since January 17th, 2017, taking responsibility for a nation gripped with bitterness as political division sets in between the citizens of the country. These are divides that are linked with clashes between the Republican
By Helena Reinders Must have reads, podcasts, and more. “It’s not about Black Lives Matter, it’s about learning what that means.” – Frederick Joseph Oftentimes, popular TV-shows and dramas quickly brush over the subject of police violence in the US, especially towards its black citizens. Take for example ER, season
By Yasmina Al Ammari Breonna Taylor, 26. Sean Reed, 21. Duncan Lemp, 21. Tamir Rice, 12. Michael Brown, 18. Philando Castile, 36. Eric Garner, 44, George Floyd, 46. All African American. All just a handful of the many lives unjustly taken by the people supposed to ‘serve and protect’ their
By Caitlin Elston-Weidinger April 10th–just a month ago, stuck somewhere between apprehensive and unbothered–we were discussing the first two closures of the stock markets over a joint at Vondelpark, attending lectures with an air of hesitation over what was still only being fatefully understood as a Chinese or Italian problem.