Sustainable Development

How College Students are Improving Girls’ Education by ‘Hacking’ for Good

While many of us are privileged enough to go to college, barriers to girls’ education throughout the world show us that we shouldn’t take school for granted. That&...

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Sweden Runs Out of Garbage

No pollution and a healthy environment to live in,almost a reality in Sweden. Read More Here

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84% Muslim women are totally against under-18 marriage

84% of Muslim women are totally against under 18 marriage. Read more Here

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30 million people are slaves, half in India

Half of the worlds slaves reside in India. Read More Here

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UNESCO to educate the future leaders about Sustainable Development

Billions of dollars will be invested in renewables by Norway. Read More Here

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With the compulsion of corporate social responsibility, experts are predicting a 50% hike in jobs as companies strive to employ the best talent to outperform the competition

Compulsory corporate social responsibility is likely to increase the demand for professionals in this field by as much as 50 percent in the coming years and the industry is li...

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With over 400 people being rescued just south of Sicily in 2 days, the Mediterranean Migrant Crisis is worse than it has ever been, with government officials going as far as to call the Mediterranean a ‘cemetery’

Italy and Malta pressed European partners on Saturday to do more to stop a migrant crisis which the Maltese prime minister said was turning the Mediterranean into a “cem...

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Palestine: Halt Execution of Gaza Child Offender

Hani Abu Aliyan, imprisoned in Gaza’s central prison, faces execution. Imposing the death penalty for a crime committed by a child makes the executions under Gaza&rsquo...

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Is America Disinventing Human Rights? By Professor Alemayehu G Mariam

In his 1981 farewell speech, President Jimmy Carter said, “America did not invent human rights. In a very real sense, it is the other way round. Human rights invented Am...

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Domestic violence in India: Women’s existence ‘privatized’

As domestic violence and women’s rights matters in India continue to make headlines in the international press, one woman is working to elevate the issues in a troubling...

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Avijatrik: The Wanderlust of Apu

It is to the credit of Subhrajit Mitra and his creative and technical team that Avijatri...

April 12 2021

The Woman in White

Film historian Dhruv Somani re-assesses Raj Khosla’s iconic suspense-filled Woh Ka...

April 11 2021

Explaining the lockdown to children

Family members talk to Monarose Sheila Pereira about the innovative ways they used to ex...

April 10 2021