Women in Iceland are organizing to walk out of their jobs at 2:55 pm on Wednesday, October 24th. This is the fifth time that women in Iceland have staged a mass walkout in protest of the gender pay gap since the first time the Kvennafrí, or ‘Women’s Day Off,’ protest was held in 1975.
A weapon-free Arctic is essential if countries are to be expected to work together on issues such as global warming and environmental protection, said Katrín.
Student Friendship Coordinators are elected by their peers to lead games at recess, encourage others to participate, and notify adults if anyone is being excluded or bullied.
From January 1 to the end of September, 103 people were stopped from entering Iceland at airport passport control.
Iceland has risen four spots in the World Economic Forum's Global Competitiveness Index since last year.
The young men say they used lighter fluid to set a pile of dry leaves on fire against the wall of the school in order to keep warm.
Dagur will take a few days off from his mayoral duties while he recovers from a recurring abdominal infection.