Let’s say that you are interested in human rights, maybe in journalism too. You would like to know exactly what to do, what to share, to who support… To write for the injustices which are constantly happening on this planet but you do not know how to use your voice on the right direction. Why? So many people bullying online can make you think you are insane or wrong, some folks wanted to confuse the vegan diets with the social activism when the food you ingest is not a condition for to exclude you if you want to help in those matters, like it is not to have a religion, to have a different culture, race, skin colour, a different education or to believe in old institutions like the UN. None of that is wrong, neither to keep believing in governments despite it is truth some of them need a constant remember of the issues they must to resolve on their countries. However, if there is something which we have so much in our days, it is confusion. And that confusion is making people to loose their beliefs, hopes, dreams and so many other things. Simply, because they doubt about the access to certain resources or studies which could improve their lives. Or maybe, because someone insists in to confuse the people about if those classes will be good or bad. Knowledge is knowledge and it is on the will and the responsibility of each one to apply it on the most wise ways. It is not a rule or the right way to say to anyone which is the way s/he should be thinking and if not marginalise or excommunicate him or her. That is not to implant a democracy if not a totalitarism point of view which, in any case, will be never be fair.
It is for this reason that I wanted to share with you an opportunity to learn. It is called Speak Out 2016! and it is celebrated on The Hague from 9-11 November. You can register and to read the full content here. I hope some of you will decide to take this step for to improve your careers, knowledge or working future experience. Good luck and please, if you are going to participate do not forget to share about it. Thanks.