Tag: discrimination

The Slow War of Voting Discrimination

The Supreme Court rejected on Monday a challenge to the ‘one person one vote’ principle, which designates that states may count every person, whether a citizen with voting rights or not, in their electoral districts. This means that children, illegal immigrants,…

“Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish”

North Korea, officially known as the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, holds an extreme wealth gap between the elite members of the Party and the rest of the population. Ranging from economic capacity and social opportunities, various Non-Profit Organizations (NPOs)…

The “Swedish Model”

Håkan Dahlström via Flickr

Sweden is often seen as a beacon of tolerant social democracy and ethical capitalism. If you ask the Roma though, you might get a different story. Recently, the Swedish goverment released a white paper on the historical and modern discrimination…