By Sara AMAR, Morocco The call of a full worldwide energy transition model is getting louder each day. The planet is on the edge of destruction, in fact, according to the recent CFCCC report; we do not have enough time to save the planet if we do not act quickly and efficiently. Climate change … Continue reading The fossil fuel VS Renewable Energies: The transition dilemma
by Theodora Aido, Ghana Abena, a fourteen (14) year old teenage girl, is the fifth child of eight (8) children born to her parents in Bolgatanga in the Upper East Region of Ghana. She travelled to Kumasi in April 2015 with the hope of a better standard of living. She narrated how she was inspired … Continue reading Kayayai By Day, Prostitute By Night
By Mahmoud H, Palestine The ones who lead us to the troubles, who? Now I am going to tell you bro The problem is not the two fighting kids The problem is with the greedy elders Even though they get grey and bold They are like mountains, selfish, and solid Yes, they remain Like … Continue reading The ones who lead us to the troubles, who?
By Nourjahen Jemaa Gara-Ali, Tunisia On the International Day of Democracy, September 15th, Tunisia had its Presidential Elections. Voters went to their polling locations to give their voices to the person they trust most. However, voter turnout reached only 45,02% despite 1 million people registering to vote in the months leading to the elections, according … Continue reading Opinion | Tunisian Elections: Between The Devil and Deep Blue Sea
By Sara AMAR, Morocco Le changement climatique et les énergies fossiles Les combustibles fossiles ont une large utilisation dans divers domaines d’activités. Les plus populaires sont la production d’électricité, les carburants de transport et la fabrication des produits comme les plastiques. Autres applications méconnus mais très fréquents sont dans le secteur des cosmétiques et voir … Continue reading Le changement climatique et l’énergie : Enjeux et Ambitions
By Itamar Hauser, Israel For the first time in its history, Israel will go for a second election to parliament on September 17th, 2019, after the last elections’ results, from April 2019, and the following negotiations between the parties did not yield a 61-strong majority coalition in a 120 seat parliament. Personally, I used to … Continue reading Israeli Elections: The Fallacy of the Biggest Party
By M, Syrian filmmaker I have just finished watching the first two episodes of a TV program called ‘The Spy’. These new series relates the story of the Israeli spy, Eli Cohen. I have been waiting to broadcast it as soon as Netflix announced the series. I was very curious to hear the story of … Continue reading YaLa Cine Club: The Spy