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Two girls with clasped hands stare expressionlessly at the ground

AFGHANISTAN: Sangin – during twenty years of war, this area has been the bloodiest battlefield. It is reminiscent of Roman ruins. In 2001, one in three Afghans was starving – now one in two is starving.

The comprehensive self-insulation

Jennie Bristow and Emma Gilland: The Corona Generation. Coming of Age in a Crisis

COVID-19: SARS in 2003, bird flu in 2005, MERS in 2012, Ebola in 2014, combined with financial crisis, massive refugee flows, and revolutions in the Middle East and Greta Thunberg's shrill doomsday voice, had largely immunized the population against something as abstract as Covid19.

The difficult history of anarchism

Ruth Kinna: The Government of No One. The Theory and Practice of Anarchism

ANARCHISM: Typical anarchist struggles such as the eight-hour day, access to contraception, liberalization of marriage law and access to military denial have largely been successful. But where does anarchism stand today?

Student rebellion in Brazil

Eliza Capai: YOUR TURN (ESPERO TUA [RE] VOLTA)

ACTIVISM: Increased collective rates affecting the poor in São Paulo became the start of a student-led protest movement.

Raus's film about a viable protest gymnast

Elsa Kvamme: rebellion school

: A bold, Norwegian-born experiment turned distrustful sixties youth into high school leaders with influence far beyond national borders.

Machine gun as a stick

Adela Komrzy: Teaching War

: This timely warning against remilitarization of societies and educational institutions in Europe was recorded as a result of Russia's annexation of Crimea.