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Influencers: With great power comes great responsibility
Ana Sánchez de la Nieta
A white paper on responsible influence proposes an ethical framework for a healthy digital ecosystem.
Artificial intelligence, a help for people with disabilities
Mariana Contreras Ovalle
New apps make up for limitations related to mobility impairment and difficulties in communicating.
Parents under pressure from trans activism
Parents of minors diagnosed with gender dysphoria are often subjected to pressures to blindly affirm their children in their gender identity.
A brief guide to COP26
The three keys to the cities of the future
Antonio Puerta López-Cózar
Single-sex education and sexual stereotypes
According to some studies, all-girls schools help reduce the math gender gap.
Chinese loans, a political weapon
Increasingly dependent on China for financing, many low- and middle-income countries succumb to its political influence.
The German Synodal Way continues amid strong criticism
José M. García Pelegrín
The second plenary assembly has once again revealed deep-seated disagreements among the bishops.
The subtle tyranny of algorithms
Can social networks control content and prevent the social ills they cause? Some recent studies suggest that with the current business model, they can’t.
“We cannot cede the public square to others who don’t share our convictions about how to serve the common good”
Former Democratic Congressman Dan Lipinski, a Catholic, addresses political polarization in Washington and his party’s attacks against him for his defense of life.
Mexico’s Supreme Court declares abortion is a right
Juan Pablo Andrade Rojas
Backed by faulty reasoning which sparked controversy, justices rule it is unconstitutional to prohibit or restrict abortion.
Equity in the classroom and freedom for families: a “win-win” situation
A report shows the success of a local policy aimed at improving socioeconomic segregation in classrooms: “relocate” students, but without quashing parents’ rights.
In a pandemic, better leave the nest another day
The effects of the epidemic on the economy and employment have prompted many young Europeans to reconsider their plans of moving out of their parents’ homes.
Iran, the crisis in Lebanon and other fronts on the international agenda of the new Israeli government
Less weight-loss advertising, key to preventing eating disorders
Helena Farré Vallejo
Disinformation about the origins of covid-19
The discussion in Europe on inclusive language has only just begun
Crypto art: Artistic revolution or a new form of speculation?
Assisted suicide in Canada set to expand to the mentally ill
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