As a sucker for storytelling, I used the time after graduating to explore a medium new to me: I attended a Forum Theatre workshop offered by London theatre charity Cardboard Citizens. Here is what I learned.
When taking a closer look at ‘social networks’, the realization comes quick: the word social should not be taken in the literal sense. A post about Silicon Valley CEO’s getting rich of our backs and fair alternatives to social platforms.
The world has just celebrated 420. The unofficial, international day on which THC-aficionados get together to show their favourite drug some love. But what about other days? And other drugs? Who uses them, deals them and who gets locked up for it?
A post about the increasing Islamophobia in public narratives and the question how stereotyped groups deal with the picture painted of them across public information outlets.
The information that the world’s population is growing older than ever before will not break the internet. It is old news. But is this demographic shift also visible in the media – can we literally see it?
All over the world, populists are on the rise. At the same time, social media has become a favoured means of communication for politicians. What part does this play in this concerning development?