Inclusion and diversity discourses often fail to mention people with disabilities, one of the most rejected minorities throughout history. Relegated to the sidelines of culture, they have suffered injustice and prejudice from the wider society, which has consistently approached them as inferior.
Spring 2019 marks the centenary anniversary of the Egyptian upheaval of 1919 which paved the way to the nominal independence of the country in 1922.
In master narratives of modern Egypt, 1919 is often referred to as the 'first' revolution, followed by two more in 1952 and 2011.
On August 25, 1941, the British and Soviet armies invaded Iran and deposed the Iranian king Reza Shah. After the invasion, the Allied armies, with the support of the Polish government-in-exile, decided to transfer 33,000 Polish soldiers and 11,000 refugees, including 3,000 children, to Iran.
Online digital platforms, which are overwhelmingly American-based and operated, have penetrated every sector of American and Western-European societies, disrupting markets and labor relations, circumvent