How Japanese animation can help promote cultural diversity

How Japanese animation can help promote cultural diversity

Anime, or Japanese animation, plays a huge role in Japanese media and attracts viewers all over the world. Even though the first Anime were created in the early 20th century, themes and art-style of modern Anime differ hugely from its original form due, in part, to globalization and its increased global popularity. This essay will review how Japanese media may embrace more multiculturalism and cultural education.

Ramadan 2022

Ramadan 2022

With the 2nd of April, the fasting month of Ramadan has started for Muslims. Worshipers all over the world make use of this month in order to get closer to God. Indeed, fasting during Ramadan (sawm) is very important to Muslims as it is part of the five pillars of the religion next to theContinue Reading Ramadan 2022

International Day of Sport for Development and Peace

International Day of Sport for Development and Peace

The International Day of Sport for Development and Peace provides a chance to commemorate the good impact that sport and physical exercise play in communities and people’s lives across the world. The theme of The International Day of Sport for Development and Peace 2022 is “Securing a Sustainable and Peaceful Future for All: The Contribution of Sport”. The aim of 6th April 2022 is raise awareness on how sports can be used as a tool to advance sustainable development and human rights.

CD4Peace’s statement on Taliban’s ban of women attending secondary education

CD4Peace’s statement on Taliban’s ban of women attending secondary education

Cultural Diversity and Sustainable Development for Peace (CD4Peace) has been an active advocate for sustainable development, cultural diversity, and peacebuilding. We have closely followed the human rights situation in Afghanistan since the Taliban returned to power in 2021. Recently, we are deeply concerned about Afghan women’s rights to education as a result of the Taliban breaking its promises of reopening the schools for females beyond 6th grade (around 12~13 years old).