NEWS DIGEST 14.06.2020: How to tackle coronavirus infection and be a top app promoter in one go

  Today’s news coverage comes from our official HEMNA Twitter feed. Bloomberg examines the experience of a slum in India and how its inhabitants coped with the COVID-19 crisis that has gripped the world in recent months. The Dharavi neighbourhood … Continue reading NEWS DIGEST 14.06.2020: How to tackle coronavirus infection and be a top app promoter in one go

GUINEA POLITICAL TENSION: Ten killed in February alone

Conakry – VIJAY SHAH via the¬†International Crisis Group A crisis is brewing in the west African country of Guinea after ten people died in politically motivated clashes after a controversial election held on the 4th of February this year, the International Crisis Group (ICG) has warned. Tensions have been growing since the election and the opposition parties having had accused the Guinean ruling party of fraud in local polls held last month. Clashes between opposition supporters and strikers and Guinean security forces have led to the deaths of ten people already, according to the ICG’s CrisisWatch website. The president of … Continue reading GUINEA POLITICAL TENSION: Ten killed in February alone

HARROW YOUTH ELECTIONS 2016: Young people make themselves heard

Harrow, UNITED KINGDOM VIJAY SHAH via Harrow Times Youngsters in the Harrow borough in north-west Greater London will have a chance to make their voices heard in the forthcoming elections for the Harrow Youth Parliament next week and decide the next direction for their community and borough’s youth services, local paper the Harrow Times reports today. The Youth Parliament, which is the largest and most active of any of Greater London’s 32 boroughs, has called on young Harrovians to go out and vote in the 2016 elections, enabling them to challenge decisions made by councillors, get involved in important decisions … Continue reading HARROW YOUTH ELECTIONS 2016: Young people make themselves heard