The Students for Humanity Review

March 8, 2019

In honour of March eighth, the internationally-recognized day dedicated to all women, it is important to step back and analyze as well as appreciate how far women have come in their fight for equality, respect, and empowerment.

Historically, civilizations around the world have inherently and systematically discriminated against females and simply considered them property of their husbands. In the past, women were seen as inferior to men: they were not considered citizens, had no right to be educated, vote, or be part of office, and even had minimal rights in marriage and parenthood. It was only in the late 18th century that female equality was begun to be talked about. With the age of Enlightenment came the realization that women are humans as well, and deserve, therefore, respect and ethic...

November 12, 2018

The environmental crisis is presently one of the most serious issues on the planet since it affects all of us as Earth’s inhabitants.  For years now research has been conducted and articles have been published with the sole aim of raising awareness and publicizing this topic.  It is no longer an issue of which only environmental scientists are aware of.  International and local groups, composed of concerned individuals, have started the debate long ago: What are we, as a global community, going to do about it?

           

Thus, although countries like the United States of America, have taken on a destructive point of view concerning the environment; denying the facts and proofs of climate change, many others have taken considerable...

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