If there is a debate that is open right now and everyone has an opinion about it, it is migration. It is a fact that many factors attract people from other countries in search of a better life, other opportunities or simply because they want to continue their career here.
Conflicts trigger strong emotions, but also feelings of disappointment and malaise. When a conflict or quarrel is handled in an unhealthy way, it can lead to resentment and irreparable breakdowns. However, when managed in the right way, understanding and trust increase and ties are strengthened.
Global warming is no longer a problem of the future: it is a situation that we must stop immediately or the destruction of the planet will be irreversible. Droughts, hurricanes, hunger, poverty and destruction: these are some of the terrible consequences that global warming causes on our planet. And it is in our hands to actively participate to stop its effects if we want the following generations to inherit a world as we know it today. Or even better.
When the Convention on the Rights of the Child was unanimously adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on 20 November 1989, governments took a major step forward in establishing a framework of world law to protect the basic dignity and rights of children in all parts of the world. This universal framework is based on the principle that each child should have the possibility to develop into an active and responsible member of society. The way in which a society treats its children reflects not only its qualities of compassion and protective caring, but also its sense of justice, its commitment to the future and its urge to better the human condition for coming generations.