History is like maths. Things which already happend and which are therefore easy to tell. But that depends on who’s telling it.
In reality, history is a very biased area of teaching and especially a very biased way of thinking. “History is not just what-really-happened-in-the-past, but a complex intersection of truths, bias and Continue reading →
When a video like Kony 2012 goes viral, what does it show us?
Hopefully, it means that there is still some empathy left within our societies. Even if consumerism and individualism are taking its toll. But from time to time, we are still shaken and awaken by the things that go on in the world we live in. That kind of empathy, however, is becoming rare. Continue reading →
The next generation should be the one to make it better. That is why we should do our best to invest our time in educating them on how to be responsible world citizens.
Education about global matters shows this research which tells us that “amongst those who learnt about climate change either in school or after school, the proportion of people who feel powerless is reduced by half”. Continue reading →