16.05.2020

“The Chain has been Broken…”

The coronavirus pandemic that has swept across the world and the accompanying quarantine measures have tested many forms of our existence. Staggering changes to the convenient “unity” of the global market, European transnationality, and the customary pace of exchanging goods,…read more

08.03.2020

Cultural Peculiarities

Last July, the International Labor Organization adopted the convention “Concerning the Elimination of Violence and Harassment in the World of Work.” Experts called this one of the major international events of the year in the sphere of work, since the…read more

04.02.2020

A Siege of the Memory

In recent weeks, politicians have spoken about the military tragedies of the 20th century and recalled the Holocaust and the Siege of Leningrad. But these two catastrophes have much more in common than just a date: In both Nazi camps…read more

29.12.2019

The Simplest Way to “Formalize”

The question of what protection a child needs is often the subject of heated debate. Society is divided into those who firmly support parents who know “what is best for the child” and those who almost always support government interference…read more

17.11.2019

Tolerance Versus Fear and Exclusion

This marks the 25th year that the UN Declaration of Principles on Tolerance, which was adopted at the UNESCO General Assembly in 1995 to “generate public awareness and emphasize the dangers of intolerance,” has been in effect. The first article…read more