Do media literacy classes offer an effective policy solution to disinformation? In this article, Jack Burnham discusses the rise of media literacy classes in the US and Canada and their impact on countering the effects of deliberate falsehoods on young people.
Hong Kong’s Illiberal Education Reform
Julian Snelling examines the recent Hong Kong reform of the Liberal Studies curriculum, analyzing the extent to which such policy limits freedom of expression amongst an increasingly politicized generation in the region.
Should We Promote Patriotism in Schools?
Maria Zelenova – Program Editor for Canada’s NATO What Does “Patriotic Education” Mean, Anyway? Last month, United States president Donald Trump proposed that patriotic, “pro-American” education be taught in the nation’s public schools. He recommitted to his stance against “left-wing demonstrators,” who are in his view responsible for an emerging narrative that “America is a wicked and Read More…
The importance of education for girls and women in Haiti
In July 2019, the United Nations for Justice Support in Haiti issued a resolution analyzing economic and political development, the humanitarian situation, community violence, and judicial corruption within the country. Obstacles to development and growth in Haiti include few political alternatives and a judiciary lacking independence from the executive and legislative branches. The paucity of Read More…
How Does Nocturnal Animals Highlight Gender Security?
Nocturnal Animals is a movie which reveals the problem of gender violence and harassment. One of NATO’s missions to address this issue is to promote gender security.
Cannabis Culture and the Economics of Marijuana in Canada
The highly anticipated news is expected to bring about a massive change in infrastructure, healthcare, and revenue for the government of Canada.
Interview on Education in Armed Conflict with Fe Nogra Abog -Education Advisor at Plan International Canada (Part II of II)
In part II of II, Natasha Dobrijevic interviews Fe Nogra Abog, Education Adviser at Plan Canada, on the importance of education in conflict zones.
Europe’s Roma Dilemma: Deportation and Exclusion
Andi Asimetaj examines what the European Union is doing with its member countries about the Roma exclusion.
Interview on Education in Armed Conflict with Fe Nogra Abog -Education Advisor at Plan International Canada (Part I of II)
Natasha Dobrijevic interviews Fe Nogra Abog, Education Adviser at Plan Canada, on the importance of education in conflict zones.
Infographic: The Before and After of Intervention in Afghanistan
How far has Afghanistan come since intervention? Lira Loloci provides an infographic of the progress made in reproductive health, child health and education.