You’ve liked their Insta’s, seconds after being posted. You’ve held their hair back whilst juggling a slice of bread and a mug of water. You’ve told them sliders and socks are a no-go. All things considered, you’re a pretty awesome and supportive friend. You are there for them through thick and thin, with tools to get you both through whatever life throws at you. But … Continue reading Supporting your friend through sexual assault.
“How to not get raped.” A message too familiar in what we are taught today. “Make sure you get a cab home with someone else!” “Don’t stay out too late.” “Don’t drink that fourth tequila.” Sound familiar? Why is it we teach individuals that by acting in a certain way, they are creating ‘dangerous situations’ which could lead to a sexual assault? In a time … Continue reading How To Not Get Raped.
Links to both the East and the West were next to non-existent: the Group was formed after the Soviet Union relinquished its grip on Central Europe, ten days before the Warsaw Pact was dissolved, years before NATO membership, and well-over a decade before being admitted into the European Union. Continue reading Just what is the Visegrád Group?
After eight months of negotiations, the Czech Republic’s lower parliamentary house – the Chamber of Deputies – yesterday voted in favour of a new government. The Legislative Elections – which took place in October last year – left the Chamber of Deputies in its most fractious state in the history of Czech politics. Continue reading Communists Hold Balance of Power in Czech Government
Wikipedia across Italy, Spain, Estonia, and Latvia were closed and inaccessible for the 4th July. Potential Wikipedia visitors were instead taken to a statement page which explained that due to the EU’s proposed Copyright Directive, the Wikipedia community has decided to shut the site a block access to all pages. The site is to remain shut before and during the vote on the Directive, on … Continue reading Wikipedia Shuts Down