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At the end of August, public and private media in Sweden published information about how two artists with connections to far-right organizations have presented their creations at the Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art ( Centrum Sztuki Współczesnej) in Poland, Warszaw. …

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This post is based on the article The prospects of an EU-level Universal Basic Income written by François Denuit via the European Green Foundation.

Denuit defines European Universal Basic Income (EUBI) as a periodic and partial cash payment paid by the EU to all legal residents living within its borders…

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In their article “Global Trends in 2021. How COVID-19 is Transforming International Development” Mikaela Gavas and Samuel Pleeck are writing for the Center for Global Development about recent economic, social and technical trends in the time of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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This article is based on a report by think-tank EUROCITIES called “Playing by the rules Report on e-scooter operators and fleets in cities - a survey of city approaches and options to optimise regulations.”

Electric scooters (e-scooters) have since 2015 grown rapidly in availability and popularity across Europe. There are…

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In their article “Emergency Basic Income during the Pandemic”, researchers Jurgen De Wispelaere and Leticia Morales are writing about the case for an Emergency Basic Income (EBI) concerning the current Covid-19 (Corona) pandemic. Researchers argue that an EBI would, from an economic and welfare point of view, be a more…

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This article is based on the article Self-Sovereign Identity in a Globalized World: Credentials-Based Identity Systems as a Driver for Economic Inclusion by Fennie Wang and Primavera De Filippi.

Understanding identity

The term “identity” can be defined in different manners as for example in psychology regarding personality, beliefs and other…

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I sen krönika via Opulens skriver Lars Anders Johansson om “kulturkriget” som är det populära begreppet för att beskriva politiska konflikter om icke-ekonomiska aspekter som religion, humanitär migration och identifikation. Alltså när det kommer till politiska konflikter om kulturella (inlärda) beteenden och värderingar.

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My school work about Putin’s Russia

Some months ago I opened some old files from the 2000s where I also stored the assignments that I wrote as a high-school student in Sweden. Since I was a social science student, I admired subjects as history and international relations was learning the…

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One part of discussions regarding cryptocurrencies is how such currencies are interacting with and impacting democracy. There are several reasons why cryptocurrencies should be seen as good for democracy when it comes to making it easier and convenient for humans to participate in conversation and decision-making processes. …

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Sweden is famous for being one of the world’s best functioning democracies. Around 100 years ago, Sweden became a more inclusive representative democracy when voting rights were also granted to women. Until the 1950s, Sweden was together with some other European countries as France and Denmark, among the few democracies…

Vladan Lausevic

I am active as a social and policy entrepreneur. SEEDS ambassador. Motto: I have no identity, I have only identities.

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