As the world celebrates the 20th anniversary of World Refugee Day, the founder of Advocates For Refugees – Singapore (AFR-SG) Mathilda Ho speaks to The IAS Gazette about her personal experience with refugees, AFR-SG, and what the general population can do to help refugees.
July 26: Central Henan province experiences severe flooding, France rolls out new COVID-19 health pass, US Congress’ probe into insurrection to continue
North America Haiti installed a new prime minister last Tuesday (July 20). Ariel Henry, a
As society progresses, the world has seen several changes in the making – one being the persistent fight for more gender equality around the globe. Today, the issue of breaking down gender boundaries for men and women is salient. The IAS Gazette examines how both genders must work together to eradicate the notion of fixed roles for men and women in the societies we live in.
July 19: Protests erupt in Communist Cuba, Indonesia becomes new COVID-19 epicentre, New Zealand’s PM Ardern holds APEC meeting with world leaders
North America Democrats are mobilizing on the question of the right to vote. While several
July 12: Haitian President Jobenel Moise assassinated, Taliban rushes to fill power vacuum left by US withdrawal, container ship Ever Given sets sail from Suez Canal
North America: Mary Simon, the first indigenous Canadian, a former ambassador, journalist and Inuit community
Jul 5: US and NATO forces leave Afghanistan base, shooting rampage in Haiti, Israel conducts fourth air raid on the Gaza Strip
North America Lightning strikes have resulted in more than 130 wildfires in Canada last Wednesday
Cryptocurrencies have appeared at the forefront of discussion among financial analysts, with its rise and fall being predicted multiple times. Proponents tout it as the future of money, while critics have suggested it to be a passing fancy at best. What is the truth of the matter? And what will be required for it to satisfy critics?