Why do people sometimes stand up against tyranny, and sometimes simply put up with it? The answer to this question has so many factors that it is hard to come up with a single answer. Still, I believe the main driving force for people to fight against tyranny is that simple feeling: Hope. Especially after…

During recent years, Europe has faced a refugee crisis. A great amount of people in regions close to Europe had to flee their home country due to war, violence or persecution. Even though people are displaced every day, Europe wasn’t prepared for the mass of people coming to its territory to seek help. After Europe’s…

Someone once said that human rights start with breakfast. It is an inherent part of any human’s life. Still, if we look around the world today we’ll see there are numerous violations of these rights, including murders, torture, illegal imprisonment, gender inequality, and disrespect towards minorities to name but a few.  In many cases, such…

Thursday 17th of May is the International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia. It was also supposed to be the day when a pride parade was once again organized in Tbilisi, Georgia. However, the parade was cancelled due to the risk of violent counter-demonstrations and a history of attacks. Instead of a manifestation,Equality Movement, who…

In Brussels on 23-24th May 70 young peacebuilders from 56 countries across Europe, Africa and the Mediterranean came together to discuss steps the EU should take for the implementation of UN Resolution 2250 on Youth, Peace and Security. The resolution recognises the positive role of young people in building peace and calls for the empowerment…