4 months later, 15000 logos were submitted to humanrightslogo.org, and 10 of them made it to the finale. People from more then 190 countries voted and finally a winner was announced.
Symbols are all around us. Those of love and peace, as well as those of communists and nazis. Those of various faiths, as well as those of astrological signs. But what about human rights?
MIT named Joi Ito as a Director of their Media Lab. Read on to learn what’s so special about it…
Formal education sucks. University doesn’t provide us with skills and knowledge we need. Yet, business still supports it. My question is: Why?
What an extraordinary experience! And I’m not saying experience just like that… This was simply all but an usual conference. It’s so different (to anything happened so far in Belgrade) that I continuously struggled to explain people where the hell I am and what kind of a gathering that is.
Recently I saw his latest work – the most explicite and eloquent explanation of why our education systems need to be changed, and moreover why we need to completely change our way of thinking.
This is an attack on freedom!
Julian Assange and Wikileaks are giving us freedom from all the dirty secrets this disgusting world today has been built upon.
Not all smart people have left Serbia, and not all people here are suffering from apathy. These people and these initiatives are examples of why I believe in this country.
This time, however, the government and the police were on the right side and decided to show the world that they can protect those who want to practice their basic human and constitutional rights – to walk freely regardless how different they are from the majority.
In one word – Disgrace. Read on to see why.