Right-wing extremists focuses more on media and online activism

The number of activities motivated by racial ideology is decreasing in Sweden for the third year in a row. At the same time, right-wing extremist media production is increasing and young people are choosing to apply to online communities. With 2022 being an election year in Sweden, this increases the risk of misinformation being spread […]

Smart communication

Do you have a smartwatch that detects how well you slept or if your heart rate is elevated? Are you interested in learning how your body works so that you can prevent future health crises, or would you like to be able to do things with your mind? In the near future, this technology will […]

Patriarchy: The thorn in the side of African women

Did you know that the Merriam-Webster dictionary defines Patriarchy as the social organization marked by the supremacy of the father in the clan or family, the legal dependence of wives and children, and the reckoning of descent and inheritance in the male line. To put it mildly, men controlling an unreasonably large chunk of power […]

Celebrating Mothers Day as a black African transgender woman

Resilience. Humanity. Unconditional love. That is what comes to mind when I think of Mothers day as a black African transgender woman. The celebration of a life giving force. As a child in a typical African traditional set-up, we were literally raised by the village; nurturing of children was a collective community effort. All the […]

An unexpected life

Sarah Ezekiel has been making money as an artist since 2012. In the same year, she received questions on social media about buying her art. Between 2000 and 2012, she hadn’t painted at all, so it was a flying start for her. Sarah’s sense of form, colour and composition is evident to the viewer. Flowers, […]

Ukraine war set to worsen severe hunger worldwide

Conflict, extreme weather and economic shocks increased the number of people facing a severe lack of food by a fifth to 193 million last year and the Ukraine war means the outlook will worsen without urgent action, a U.N. agency said on Tuesday. The Global Network Against Food Crises, set up by the United Nations […]

Sweden among top countries in discriminating for CEO positions

The benefits of being white is greatest in France, Sweden and UK according to a recent report conducted by the foundation AllBright. The report shows the lack of diversity among CEO’s in public Swedish companies, both in regards to gender and ethnicity. Most European countries are moving towards being more diverse in appointing their CEO’s, but the […]

Adapt the society, not the person

What is “the normal function” of the brain? At least since the end of the 20th century, this has been debated in the disability community. Much of the debate began with discussions on neurodiversity by people on the autism spectrum. The term neurodiversity itself was coined by sociologist Judy Singer. And in 1998, Harvey Blume wrote […]

Speed demon following the guide

Menna Fitzpatric and Gary Smith. Photo: ParalympicsGB

On the slopes of Yanqing National Alpine Ski Centre, Menna Fitzpatric starts at gradients of up to 70 degrees and reaches high speeds in the Super-G and the Downhill. You can understand why she utilises the tag #speeddemons in her Instagram account. Just ahead of her at the slope is her guide, who “is her eyes” […]

Racism within Swedish top fashion brand

One of Swedens top fashion designers have been called out for racist and discriminating behavior. Gudrun Sjödén, who is well established within the fashion industry, has reportedly discriminated employees, bullied them for years and has openly called people the n-word on more than one occasion. Although the company Gudrun Sjödén has released an official statement […]