Our first encounter dates back to 2014 when we were introduced to each other by a common friend. I can hardly remember the conversation, in which I took almost no part, was about; I was too busy studying her eyes - they were as dark as a grave and looked greatly weary. But there was … Continue reading A Pair of Tortured Eyes BY Widad Fakhr-Eddine, Morocco
I believe that good leaders have many different qualities, but one that unites them all is their wish to create a comfortable, peaceful situation for society as a whole by tackling existing troubles. In doing so, they avoid planting any negative thoughts in society. I also believe that the main priority for a good leader … Continue reading Being a Good Leader by Barez, Iraq/Kurdistan
IRAQ/KURDISTAN — I believe that good leaders have many different qualities, but one that unites them all is their wish to create a comfortable, peaceful circumstance for society as a whole by tackling those existing troubles that face a community. In doing so, they avoid planting any negative thoughts in society or the environment...
Women from all over the Middle East are speaking up – for education, safety, equality, for their freedom of speech. They come from Palestine, Israel, Egypt, Syria, Iraq, Morocco, Algeria and Sudan, but they are united in commitment to be the voice of the voiceless.
I took these photos in various villages in Northern and Central India All of them exposed me, a Western tourist, to the phenomena of hard physical labor of women and girls in the fields and in construction around the country.
Growing up, I ate meat three times a day. I couldn’t stop having it. I loved meat… who am I kidding I LOVE MEAT. But 10 months ago, something changed. These past few years, I began to care more and more about my health. I started eating meat once a week and slowly but surely, … Continue reading Building Your Identity Through Veganism by Angy Shavit, Israel