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Will Digital Education Replace Schools?

The traditional education model cannot keep up with the demands of the twenty-first century. The infinite amount of information available in today's digital space means that lexical knowledge is constantly losing its value. In contrast, digital skills and advanced cognitive and social skills are essential parts of performing in the workplace.

Janina Ochojska: Humanitarian and Military Aid are Two Different Things.

Humanitarian and military aid are two different things. If we confuse one with the other, the very idea of humanitarian aid is at risk of being destroyed says Janina Ochojska in an interview with Jakub Dymek.

Why We Need a Green Digital Revolution

The digital revolution has brought the enormous potential to change our economies and societies. With its growing role in our lives, however, so has grown the effect of digital services on the environment. If we do not act carefully and if we do not act now, the digital transformation may not just fail to save our planet, but even speed up its degradation.

Actively Seeking Change & Diversity Can be Your Superpower

Natália Štefániková shares her experiences and practices on how to work smarter and how to leverage change to your advantage; be it by seeking collaboration with people who are not like you or by building solutions that enhance people's lives.

Reshaping Disability Policy: We will get off our wheelchairs, if necessary

Over 11.000 people with disabilities are still permanently housed in institutionalised care type homes in the Czech Republic. They live there despite the fact that the United Nations’ Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities was ratified thirteen years ago and despite the recent ruling by the Czech Constitutional Court, according to which housing services for people with disabilities should be provided in as little a restrictive setting as possible. Jitka Rudolfová, an advocate for the rights of people with disabilities, is fighting for change through a specific nonprofit advocacy group – Alliance for Individualized Support.

A Hungarian Pro-Moscow Course?

Putin’s Russia is a model of governance, but not a geopolitical reference point for Hungary states Dariusz Kalłan. Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orbán was reluctant to believe that Putin would attempt a full-scale invasion of Ukraine and in the heat of the campaign, he had to face uncomfortable questions about his own relationship with Putin, he says.

Inflation: plague or acceptable cost of growth?

The United States fears inflation and is fighting it, having previously invoked it and downplayed it. Europe has contracted a milder variant and intends to live with it. But we must consider the risks of stagflation in the medium term.

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