With the consequences of climate change increasing day by day, this year’s International UN COP26 Climate Summit and its decisions, in particular, are rumored to impact our lives and create change, even for years to come.
Upskilling, Reskilling, poverty, sustainability – what do they have to do with Sub-Saharan Africa? Well, let’s delve in and you will understand in a minute. Sub-Saharan Africa is regarded by some geneticists as the birthplace of the human race (the genus Homo). This statement implies that solid evidence concerning the existence and activities of human beings…
Oh no! You wake up and find that your house has been invaded by thousands of tiny ants. Worse, the worker that often helps you trap and kill ants is on a vacation! The only option for this situation is calling Mr Pangolin that lives in the forest nearby. But there is one problem. You…
Youth entrepreneurs have taken the world by storm! With the world’s economy being greatly impacted due to the pandemic, a commending state of resiliency can be seen by youth entrepreneurs and their small businesses where they tackle challenges and break barriers to climb their way to the top of the business food chain.
In the wake of increasing direct attacks and cyber threats against journalists, the European Commission (EC) is calling on European Union (EU) member states to increase protection to its journalists. EC President Ursula von der Leyen stressed: “We must protect the creators of transparency—journalists.
I can still remember how Shirley Jackson’s short story, “The Lottery”, left in me an indelible horror. First published in the New Yorker after the Second World War, this story gained fame for its shocking twist in depicting the danger of blindly following traditions. Despite being horrified, I am still awed by the author’s masterful…
Malala Yousafzai, the girl who stood up against the Taliban and fought for women’s rights, became the youngest Nobel Peace Prize laureate.
The COVID-19 crisis has had disproportionate impacts on the lives of refugees in terms of healthcare, education and socio-economic well-being.
Africa’s current state of famine has been navigated by many volunteer groups lending a hand to local communities in any way possible.
Our indigenous people for generations have been the true custodians of humanity’s deep and intricate connection with nature.
Black squares. Hashtags. Callouts. Anyone with an active social media presence would have noticed the growing frequency and intensity of social justice and activism-related content in the virtual community over the last decade. If you’ve been a long-term devotee to a cause struggling to work its way into mainstream discussion, you might feel vindicated to see it suddenly in the spotlight. But you also might be wondering how much is for show and how much shows a lasting commitment to advancing its goals where it matters. And how you can tell the difference.