While I do not know much about politics, I know that today is a really important day for the future of the UK. Today, May 7th, is the day when the future of the country is in the hand of all English citizens. Every single one of them.
Politics. Only one word, and already so many people will stop reading. Yet, we are only one week away from the general election.
44%. You think it is a low percentage? It is the number of 18 to 24 year old who voted in the last general election.
The American President is known for his jokes during speeches, but two days ago, part of his speech at the White House Correspondent Dinner went viral. And I won’t lie, the reasons for that are pretty good ones.
Thursday 2nd April. One university. 148 dead. 79 injured. 5 gunmen. One debate: why are there so few reactions around the world?
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, YouTube, Snapchat, Pinterest… If you are reading this, I can bet that you have at least one of the above. Indeed, it is no secret that social medias have never been so popular and important in our society.
Personal life, entertainment, but also business and marketing, anything can be found or done on these networks; and sometimes it can bring the worst of the humankind. Fortunately for us, on some bright days, social medias also bring the best in each of us, and restore our faith in humanity.
Ever heard of young people leaving their country to join the Islamic State in Syria? Ever seen a picture with a child holding a gun? Willing or not to do so, they are all Child Soldiers and their situations concern people worldwide.
Were you one of the 100 million people who watched the KONY 2012 video? Have you at least heard of it? Sure you did! It has almost been 3 years since the release of the video; but have you ever wondered what happened since then? Did you ever ask yourself where did the donated money go? I decided to look for everything that happened since “the Invisible Children became visible.”