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Serbian kids doing some cool stuff with literature.
Travel warnings and restrictions are a traveler’s worst nightmare, and a sobering reminder that the world is a complicated place, but you can take solace in knowing that a once-dangerous area can make a comeback….
What the hell is this doing on the streets of Belgrade?
'These are the small drawings which i started earlier, and which i continued working and ultimately finished in 2014. In some drawin…
Political satire erotica by Serbian artist Alexandar Todorovic
Constance A. Dunn - She was a passionate. She was promiscuous. She was a writer. A look into the life of Apollinaria Prokofyevna Suslova, the woman who would be Dostoevsky’s muse and so much more.
The dirt on Dostoevsky…my August article for #TPR #ThePragueRevue
Female environmental champions around the world are routinely harassed and assaulted for their work to protect natural resources and curb climate change. Mardiana Deren, an Indonesian nurse campaigning against palm oil and mining companies, has been run over by motorbikes and was lucky to escape a stabbing.
Climate change is worsening living and working conditions for women - especially those in rural and indigenous communities that rely on the environment. Despite the danger and lack of local grassroots funding, many female activists are dedicated to continuing their campaigns.
"Much like any other women-led movements worldwide, mine too is counter-current - we are going against the current,” says Indonesian environmental activist Aleta Baun. “As leaders, we must be prepared to face whatever challenges come…”
Read more via Thomas Reuters Foundation.
Women are brave. Period.