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Insufficient access to abortion is affecting women in Ecuador and Germany

by Bernarda Carranza, Martin Johaim, Jelena Malkowski Demonstrators pushed against plastic shields of police, who used pepper spray to disperse people in the crowd near the government headquarters in Quito, Ecuador. Several demonstration signs read “Motherhood by choice and not… Continue Reading →

The Path of Solidarity*

Text: Petra VrablicováPhotos: Tiago Bianchi Andrés Velásquez Schwarze is a Chilean journalist with German nationality, who came to Hamburg briefly 5 months ago. I met him and his wife Valentina on an ordinary Tuesday shortly before Christmas. We sat for… Continue Reading →

“You don’t look Brazilian!”: personal views on migration and integrating within Germany

Text and photos by Tiago Bianchi First, a personal insight Having more European physical features than an expected “Latin American face” is how my questions about migration encounter me the strongest. Please don’t understand this necessarily as a complaint, but… Continue Reading →

The Unaccounted Killer: Tracing the dots between toxic masculinity and femicide across four countries

By Karem Nerio, Laura Kabelka, Tanushree Basuroy and Vanessa Fujihira Blindfolded, determined and with a choreography and chant simple but strong enough to spread around the world: The collective “Las Tesis”, in the middle of anti-government protests, took to the… Continue Reading →

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