How the Neoliberal Food Regime impacts the global hunger crisis and farmer-led protests across India
Due to a large wealth gap between India’s rural and urban areas, online school has been a major set back for most of the country’s children.
Exploitation is rampant in the fast fashion industry. COVID-19 has only worsened these exploitative conditions for garment workers.
“After five years of military rule and a questionable election in March of 2019, young people are leading this new wave of demands for institutional change and an end to political repression.”
By targeting local media outlets who are the most equipped to report on issues with first hand experience, the free flow of diverse, robust information to other regions is restricted to a one-dimensional narrative that fails to acknowledge the legal rights of journalists and the rights of Kashmiri people as a whole.
The Condition of Female Education In India India is home to over 23 official languages and 67% of the population lives in rural environments. These factors make it difficult for the nation to regulate various social sectors, especially education. Since its independence in 1947, the nation has worked to standardize education and make schooling more…