Naya Koulocheri: Happy International Flower Workers Day!
Naya Koulocheri (@Naya_Koulocheri), journalist and content researcher, writes about the side of Valentine’s Day we ignore – the flower workers in Kenya and Colombia who deliver our commodified shows of affection
LET’S be honest, Valentine's Day is the tackiest celebration ever existed on the face of our capitalistic universe. They say that every time you buy products with the slogan “world’s best boyfriend/girlfriend”, your soul dies a little.
Naya Koulocheri: All the Weinsteins of our world have this one thing in common (9 letters)
Writer Naya Koulocheri says there's one very important thing we all need to acknowledge about ourselves
WHEN the Harvey Weinstein story came to light and the #metoo campaign became viral, I decided that I wouldn’t give in to temptation and I wouldn’t scroll down my newsfeed.
Well, guess what didn’t happen? Damn me, I didn’t abstain from social media.
Naya Koulocheri: Health is a right, just not for everyone...
Writer Naya Koulocheri says it's vital that health and social inequalities are really understood by those most affected
"WONDERFUL weather, isn't it?"
"Are you travelling for business or pleasure?"
My 65-year-old fellow passenger on a busy four-hour flight was extremely bored and desperately trying to talk to anyone around him. But then, he said something that I will never forget.
It isn’t some sort of philosophical quote, but, it seems pretty deep to me. He told me that "health is a business that is always going to be around".
Naya Koulocheri: Yes, men, we do need an International Women's Day
On International Women's Day 2017, Naya Koulocheri recounts a typical experience faced by women and explains why it's useful to have a global day of reflection
DO we still need International Women’s Day or is it just an opportunity for women to go out, benefit from group discounts and get drunk?