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Living with an invisible disability, there are less obvious challenges that patients face when trying to access proper care. The sizable power difference between patient and doctor can make it hard to assert one’s rights as a patient.
Israeli forces kill Palestinian journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, exposing a pattern of violence against journalists in the occupied Palestinian territories. How can Israel be held accountable for these crimes?
A high cost of living, the COVID-19 pandemic, and the ban on same-sex marriage reveal how generational divides play a role in Bermuda’s socioeconomic situation.
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India can expect an influx of climate refugees from neighboring island nations as sea levels continue to rise. Yet, is the Indian government ready and willing to accommodate for such a crisis?
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Despite public opposition, the Quebec legislature has gone forward with Bill 96, which limits the use of English language. For Indigenous youth, there’s an added layer of injustice to this law.
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