In Mexico, it’s nothing new, even though it seems like it. A couple of decades ago, during the long rule of the Institutional Revolutionary Party, some voices of discontent called on people to vote for
In a darkened cinema, a trendily-dressed young Asian man uses chopsticks to pick popcorn out of a bucket. The eye-catching poster is publicising the 6th edition of CinemAsia Film Festival which came to a close recently in Amsterdam.
Nearly 100 Indian languages i8n Mexico and Central America are facing extinction. In an attempt to keep them alive, teachers are coming up with new means of documenting the languages and passing them on to the younger generation.
Across the continent Africans are fighting to break down pay walls to academic knowledge. Their fight for Open Access might prove fundamental in closing Africa’s knowledge gap with the developed world.