Stigmabase lists every week — 52 weeks per year — stories about social exclusion and its causes throughout the world — in 12 languages. Stigmabase hopes to be a vehicle for change and combat social exclusion throughout the world.

The Stigmabase initiative is part of a Multilateralism approach and rejects any populist, souverainism, nationalist, hate and fundamentalist doctrine. Stigmabase believes in A TOTAL equality between the sexes, races, cultures, and equal opportunities for all.




How did South Korea become so rich?

How did South Korea become so rich?
- After the Korean War (1950-53), South Korea was left devastated; many buildings were ruined, life expectancy plunged to below 50 years, and at least one million civilians were killed. But within a single generation, South Korea has moved from starvation to prosperity, poverty to philanthropy. In 1955 ...