Can peace really exist? We still ask the long-forgotten questions in our second episode of the Hybris Peace Series.
In a world where refugees and migration are prominant subjects, how should the development and education sector react to this? One university is looking to tackle this through a one-of-a-kind program.
Should everybody see a psychiatrist? Mental health continues to be a taboo topic amongst many societies today, One Jordanian is trying to raise awareness about the importance of mental health through her own mindful experience.
In a world where racism is still a prominent thing, we hope to remind people that we are all just humans and we are all built diverse, as well as we are all entitled to our own labels. If it’s a difficult thing to label ourselves, then why are we still labelling others?
In a world where consumerism is essential, can the art of giving gifts still be considered as genuine? One Jordanian local is trying to reshape this culture into something more heartfelt — through the use of a hook and some yarn.
How does one person look to create a better country and nation by educating young minds?
One graduate is looking to lead by example and by spreading the knowledge of travelling. Find out how and why.
Check out how one sports enthusiast looks to create change with weightlifting, refugees, and the power for change.
How can we get rid of stigma towards mental illness and mental health? Check out the community’s solution within a very stigmatised society.
An Iraqi is aiming to create an impact on society through cultural understanding. Check out how!
One Jordanian professor is looking to restore women equality within the society.
How can you tell mental illness apart? One woman fights against her personal stigma and the right to live a normal life.
Hybris Media is an independent media project covering stories on the everyday people with a focus on social issues, environmental issues, & innovation. The aim would be to reshape the news as well as to inspire or encourage change. We focus on covering stories within our daily communities; hopefully to give a voice that actually represents our society, not to mention trying to restore a little faith within media & journalism. ;)