Critical Thinking to Fight Space Segregation

Normally, it is common to observe differences between the spaces which constitute the structure of large cities. This observation highlights that there is a spatial segregation of the citizens who do not have the financial conditions to live in organised neighbourhoods: their biggest limitation is undoubtedly related to the access to leisure and cultural spaces. Discussing this is issue is therefore key to any reflection on social awareness. Read More

The “New Normal”: Gender and Economics in times of Pandemic

Women make a great contributions to society through their work, both inside and outside the house. Despite this, their socioeconomic role is rarely recognised by the rest of the community and even more rarely taken into account by politics. The current pandemic crisis has put under the light the inequalities and the injustice which they suffered. And it has given us the opportunity to re-think our normality when it comes to gender roles.Read More

Transgenic Wheat: problem or solution?

Last October, Argentina, a country with a great agricultural tradition, was the first country in the world to approve the use of transgenic wheat seeds, called Wheat HB4. In this article, we are going to analyze the impacts of this new transgenic event on the economy, agriculture, health, society, and environment.Read More