In the midst of the European migrant crisis, a lot of attention has been paid to how Western countries as a whole have responded to the largest migration flow in the continent since World War II. The focus has been

Alma Natura, has a passion and dedication to the preservation and empowerment of rural communities. With only 20 percent of Spain's population living in small communities and most being aged 65 years or older, it is vital to revitalize these communities not

I had the pleasure to speak with Camille Van Gestel, the co-founder and CEO of WakaWaka, a global social enterprise that develops and sells portable solar products. Impakter is familiar with the great work that WakaWaka does, but this time we

The Politics of Hate in the 2016 US Presidential Election Editor's Note: This piece has been published concurrently in the KCL Dialogue.  Hatred in US politics is nothing out of the ordinary. Founded and populated by immigrants of just about any other country,

Editor's note: This post has previously appeared on The Social Humanist. As the Democratic primaries come to an end, a movement has been brewing among Bernie Sanders supporters: Bernie or Bust. Those who advocate this approach argue that if Hillary Clinton is

Imagine a world where scanning your body and seeing what is inside is as normal as having a haircut. A world where having a 3D model of your body is just like having a photograph of yourself. There’s a lot of

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