Didem Özçakır is an 18-year old sophomore at Boğaziçi University, studying at the Department of Economics. Born and raised in Ankara, she graduated from TED Ankara College Highschool. She has been attending and participating in MUN conferences with great pride and joy since 2015 in different positions. Furthermore, as an active member of the BoğaziçiMUN community, her motivation to write for Present is to share articles, opinions and experience with students who will have a long future in MUN. She is very excited to offer you with her insight on PRESENT’s many more in issues to come. She hopes you enjoy the content of PRESENT and reminds you to check out the articles by our different writers as well!

DİDEM ÖZÇAKIR

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Role of Income Inequality in Rising Populism

Perfect Body Image on Social Media: Idealistic or Unrealistic

Universal Basic Income: Need or Fantasy?

Celebrate Diversity: LGBTI+ Representation in Eurovision Song Contest

A Threat to Economic Growth: Declining Birth Rates

When the Economy Contracts: History of Economic Crisis

A More Equal World for Everyone: Feminism

Music and Economics: Thinking Music as an Industry

The Debate Behind Cultural Appropriation

Understanding the Symbolism for Environmentalism Behind Studio Ghibli Movies

A Look at the Creation of Modern State

Getting the Best of Online Education in 5 Steps

Questioning Foreign Intervention’s Legitimacy

A Road Full of Obstacles: Turkey’s European Union Journey

Why Do We Still Use Piracy Even Though We Know It Is Not Ethical?

Reasons for Economic Contractions: What is Narrative Economics?

Valentine’s Day: A Win For Love Or A Trap Of Capitalism?

Economics and Climate Change: Cap and Trade

Is It Acceptable to Use The Name of Hitler in a Board Game?: Secret Hitler

Celebrating the Past, Planning the Future: International Women’s Day

Hobbes: A Liberal Theorist or an Advocate of Absolutism?

GEORGE FLOYD: 526 SECONDS TO THINK

A Modern-Day Tragedy: What is Happening in Yemen?

What is Happening in Serbia: COVID 19 Protests

Getting Used to the Worst: COVID and Racial Inequality

Changing Balance of Power in the Middle East: Deal of UAE and Israel

What Does Secularism Mean for Sudan?

Story Behind the Water War Between Ethiopia and Egypt

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