The rights of the disabled are still being overlooked in countries across the European Union. It's time for action: the full implementation of international rights protections for those with disabilities.
The European Parliament is worried about hate speech and fake news: should content be removed and fines be imposed? Or should the emphasis be placed on teaching people to tell the difference between real sources or fake ones?
Eight in 10 Europeans used internet at least once a week last year, according to Eurostat. But although going online is now a part of everyday life, it is still not being fully used to boost democracy.
In a democracy, power is supposed to ultimately rest with the people. But is this actually the case today? More and more, it seems that the game is rigged, and there's no referee to step in and enforce the rules.
When the Al Zhouri family first arrived in Canada from Syria in January 2014, they didn't know how they would become members of the community. But with the support of a group of sponsors, the family quickly found their niche.