We know all too well about the importance of looking after ourselves in our later years. Thanks to advancements in medicine and the spreading of good dietary information, we are well informed on the types of lifestyle choices we need to make in order to lead happy and […]
The shocking statistic that 1 in 4 people will suffer with mental health issues at one point in life is now fairly well-known, but not many people know how linked mental health issues can be to work. Workplace issues can bring on or exacerbate anxiety and depression most commonly but […]
LGBTI+ communities are one of the most underrepresented communities in the Balkan’s health, social, political and legal framework. This has also been confirmed by the latest Rainbow Europe report, an annual tool which ranks LGBTI+ equality laws and policies where Macedonia has been ranked 43rd out of 49 countries (ILGA-Europe, 2018).
Nowadays, we can see that there are many youth-led and youth-serving organizations working extensively on improving the lives of the young people across countries. These organizations, youth leaders, advocates, as well as state institutions are supporting and advocating in the field of youth civic engagement, youth participation in policy-making, youth […]
Based in the inspirational force of Theatre of the Oppreses and focused in the LGBTIQ worlwide movement, this training will take a look at the quality and innovativeness of international projects from the inclusive practical perspective.
The inspirational force of the Theatre of the […]
By Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) we mean:
‘the right of all individuals to make decisions concerning their sexual activity and reproduction free from discrimination, coercion, and violence.’
SRHR are interlinked with many other fundamental human rights, for example:
The Right to Health
Health is recognised as a human right […]
On the 11th of June, 2013, the ‘gay propaganda law’ was passed in Russia, thereby making it a criminal offense to distribute ‘propaganda of non-traditional sexual relationships among minors.’ At this time, Soldado Kowalisidi was living in Siberia, having recently moved there from Kazakhstan.
It was in Siberia, where […]
In 2013, a law was introduced to the Russian Criminal Code which made“offending the feelings of religious believers” a criminal offense. This law came on the back of a series of political developments born of the tightening of relations between the Russian government and the Russian Orthodox Church over the […]