The Paris attacks of November 13, 2015, led to numerous hate actions against Muslims. Mosques in Western countries were vandalized. Muslims were openly threatened in the streets. Haidy El Desouky, 25, is an Egyptian Muslim woman. In this interview she talks about the fear Muslims have of people from the West.Read more "The Paris attacks from a Muslim point of view"
Michael Santos, US, spent a decade in a maximum security facility. Gang violence was part of the routine. Administrators blocked his ambitions to study. Today Michael has been released and works to change the American prison system.Read more "Life in a maximum security prison"
Hera Gunnarsdottir, 32, was born and raised in a small town outside Reykjavik, Iceland. I contacted her to talk about the country, it’s development and what not to miss when visiting.Read more "Visit Iceland with Hera Gunnarsdottir"
Attitude is the leading British gay magazine. Editor Matthew Todd talks about its relevance and what the gay scene has been like the past two decades.Read more "Attitude Magazine editor Matthew Todd on being gay in Britain"
How are music vidoes made? What does a manuscript look like when visuals are more important than dialogue? Director and artist Roxy Farhat answers the questions.Read more "Roxy Farhat goes behind the scenes of how music videos are made"
Russia has attracted a lot of attention this summer due to its views on homosexual rights. James Kirchick saw an opportunity – and ceased it by wearing rainbow suspenders on national TV.Read more "American reporter James Kirchick on why he pulled a stunt for gay rights on national Russian TV"
“They hear stories from their parents about the war and start fights because of religion,” says 18 year old Lida Hanic about her peers. She herself has no memories from the war and paints a picture of a generation more indifferent than concerned.Read more "Bosina Special Part 2: The generation of the future"
“I live over there, my grandmother over there, and over there on the street in between they shot people who dared to go outside,” says Azra Balta and points among the houses. She was twelve when the war in Bosnia & Herzegovina broke out in the early 90’s.Read more "The War In Bosnia, part 1: Azra Balta survived the siege of Sarajevo"