We are happy to announce that edition number 95 of Tra i Leoni is out! This issue is entirely dedicated to social change because we at Tra i Leoni believe that it is important to make a true impact on the world we live in.
Among the articles, this issue features a project on street harassment, with the results of the survey and focus group we recently spread out. It includes an interview with the alumnus Alessandro Montesi, head of Activism unit at Amnesty International, and with the environmental activist Emmanuel Niyoyabikoze, the founder of Greening Burundi, who was listed among the Top 100 Young Af- rican Conservation Leaders.
As you will have the chance to read for yourself, all our writers elivered important messages to bring about change in different areas. Yoou will read about our society’s biggest vulnerabilities and taboos. You will learn about homeless people, drug abuse, the regulation of euthanasia, homotransphobia, racism, unemployment, women’s rights, religious conflicts, and governments’ ineffectiveness.
In this issue:
- COVID-19 & Asian discrimination: the painful story of rise in racism
- Political (in)effectiveness in Latin America
- Il ruolo sociale degli influencer sta cambiando?
- Contact tracing in incognito mode: Balancing digital privacy and public health
Thank you for your attention and for your continuous support and good luck with the upcoming exams!