Knowledge is power, access to information is important for self-government, and every day journalists try to fulfill this duty through different mechanisms. In our present environment, they often compete with an abundance of information unmatched by readers from the moment they wake up to the moment they give up. It
A U.S.A based Company with ties to The Congo in Africa has awarded the 2018 Ngalula Mubenga scholarships for STEM education to two Congolese students. “Mr. Bolia is studying polytechnique at the University of Kinshasa #unikin. Mr. Claude is studying science and technology at the Loyola University in Congo @ULCongo and planning to
The world is in a technological pickle. Globalization is such that someone in Morocco can speak to someone in Indonesia instantly, without ever having met before. Yet, as information becomes easier to access, it also becomes easier to corrupt. That’s why, according to a recent press release, U.S. diplomat, Scott
In the mid-1970s, Sinjay, the then prime minister’s son, Indira Gandhi, wanted to reduce the population density of India. He raised the motto of “a small family is a happy family” and began urging citizens to identify offspring through laws based on large financial incentives. The response to activate this
Being a highly technologically developed country, Russia occupies a worthy place in the ranking of technologically developed countries. According to the compilers of the rating, by the end of 2017, the cumulative revenue of the 100 largest IT companies in Russia decreased by 1.9% in rubles to 1157 billion rubles.
Photo by Sergey Zolkin on Unsplash Job security is currently a challenge for young people worldwide. Job insecurity is nothing new, however. Other generations also suffered from unemployment or job scarcity. The difference between the depression era and now is that the world is more connected than ever. This hyper-connectivity