Muslim women unite in front of Westminster in support of those affected. Credit @Khaled Hosseini via Facebook.

Solidarity through diversity

In the immediate aftermath of the events at Westminster, it seems clear the population across all of Britain, and in essence … more

Ethnolingusitic map of Ukraine. Credit@zh.wikipedia.org

Speaking of Ukraine

As the political stability and territorial integrity of Ukraine continue to be an active topic for a third year running, some … more

Estonian Prime Minister Jüri Ratas and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg during talks at Brussels. Credit @estNATO via Twitter.

Strength through solidarity

Recently, the first of 800 UK troops arrived in Estonia, aiming to contribute to NATO’s resilience versus Russia. The 120 arrivals, sent … more

Prime Minister Theresa May and President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker at a conference to discuss Britain's future. Credit @pinterest.com.

Progress for the population

Recently, the Article 50 bill was cleared, in essence allowing PM Theresa May to instigate proceedings to withdraw Britain from the … more

Dutch election posters 2017. Credit@wikipedia

Red, white and blue on the horizon

General elections are under way in the Netherlands for the selection of all 150 members of the House of Representatives, which is … more

Student vote mob. Credit@flickr

The age of reason

When it comes to voting age, most countries seem to have agreed on a minimum age, often specified in their constitution. … more

Members  of the NDNA campaigning for the reform. Credit @NDNA via twitter.

An educational enhancement

Recently, Early Years Minister Caroline Dinenage announced the acceptance of alternative, equivalent qualifications to GCSE’s en route to becoming part of … more

Smoking bans in Europe. Credit@ TREATED.com

A breath of fresh air

The Ministry of Social Affairs and Health in Finland has adopted an action plan – "Roadmap towards a smoke-free Finland" – with … more

A poster from Public Health England's tobacco-free campaign. Credit @PHE via twitter.

Campaigning for change

Recently, Public Health England announced the commencement of their campaign to reduce the amount of smokers in Britain. Their ideologies surround aspects … more

Cypiot President Nicos Anastasiades, UN Secretary-General António Guterres and Turkish leader Mustafa Akinci in Geneva. Credit@ pinterest.com.

The process for peace

Recently, there seems to have been talks to reunify Cyprus, seemingly nullifying the border between the north and south which has existed … more

Care Quality Commission's chief inspector for adult social care Andrea Sutcliffe joins in the celebrations for National Care Home Open Day. Credit@flickr

Advancing equality

In February this year, Manchester City Council announced its plans to create a community aimed at elder lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender … more

Jeremy Corbyn after a speech. Credit @pinterest.com.

Motivated by modification

After the Conservative’s victory in the general election in 2015, then leader of opposition, Ed Miliband, opted to allow another politician to … more

National Front Presidential candidate Marine Le Pen. Credit @pinterest.com.

Striving for innovation

With the French Presidential elections occurring on the 23rd April, the candidates have seemingly recently begun their campaigns, attempting to win over … more

Street rallies in Arad, Romania. Credit@Ciprian Hord

250.000 lights for justice

For eight consecutive days, Romanians have taken to the streets in response to the newly appointed Government’s plan to relax the … more

Rally in support of refugees. Credit@flick

Unity in diversity

Staying true to his campaign promises, on January 27th, 2017, president Donald Trump issued an executive order marking numerous changes in American … more

Women's March Washington, DC. Credit@wikipedia

Marching forward

On Saturday, January 21st, 2017, people around the world marched for equality, diversity, inclusion, as part of the Women’s March on … more