Sophie Gai

ore 21:00

How the 9-5 is promoting climate change

Working from indoor as a possible solution against the global warming

di Sophie Gai 2 min lettura

ore 21:00

State of the nation: back to square one?

Politicians and the chant of the mermaids

di Sophie Gai 5 min lettura

ore 10:00

A laborer seen carrying bricks over his head at Dholesshori brickfield. Brickfield laborers work 7days a week and get BDT 350 ($4.37) per day.

Silent diplomatic siege: how diplomatic relations lead to human rights violations

The thin red line between work and slavery

di Sophie Gai 5 min lettura

ore 07:00

The name in the fight for equality

When it isn’t just a matter of words. Does your name stand for what you believe in?

di Sophie Gai 3 min lettura

ore 11:00

Alchemist Nairobi, Kenya

Kenya: an internalized racism

Even after independence, in various African countries racism has not ceased in everyday life

di Sophie Gai 4 min lettura

ore 08:00

Evolution of the role of African women

A day dedicated to Pan African women to remember those that stood out in human development and as an invitation to become even more

di Lizza Kawooya, Maria Angela Maina, Sandra Hawi e Sophie Gai 7 min lettura

ore 09:00

Navigating the Public Transport System in Nairobi as a woman

Public Transport Systems have many pros, but they can often expose women to risks, so creating further obstacles to the full expression of their personality. In the world as in Nairobi

di Sophie Gai 4 min lettura

ore 07:00

Una donna passa davanti al quartiere locale di Kibera Slums, a Nairobi, dove l'estrema felicità della comunità sorprende visto l'alto tasso di povertà e la mancanza di lavoro.

Impact of the Russia-Ukraine Conflict on Kenya and the rest of Africa

Ukrainian War and Africa: not only oil, wheat and fertilizer shortages. The appreciation of the US Dollar pushes down local currencies worsening already weak economies. Once again a reason for Africa to become more self-reliant

di Sophie Gai e Maria Angela Maina 3 min lettura

ore 17:00

Le miniere d'oro illegali sono sempre più comuni in Ghana

Africa: the effect of foreign direct investment on human rights

Here, the colonialism era ended approximately 50 years ago, new Countries approached the continent, promising investments, modernity and wellness, this notwithstanding human rights abuses against local workers are enduring

di Maria Angela Maina e Sophie Gai 3 min lettura