The continent of Africa is emerging on the international stage as a diverse center of growth, home to some of the world’s fastest-growing economies, and with an increasingly youthful population. As COVID-19 threatens to derail this considerable progress, it’s time

In recent months, live theatre has transitioned from stage to screen and the result is a new kind of theatrical experience. Instead of a curtain, a black screen keeps me in waiting. The show will begin in a few minutes, it

COVID-19 hit the hospitality industry hard and many governments around the world reacted with a variety of support measures.  The United Kingdom’s one-month “Eat Out to Help Out” program stands out as a roaring success, with 84,700 restaurants that have

The coronavirus has had unintended, harmful effects on art by threatening the place of art in our society. The question is: How harmful?  The pandemic-imposed quarantine has become a matter of deep concern for those who either manage or are personally

Editor's note: Today, actor Keira Knightley has unveiled a short animation film entitled "Climate Crisis and Why We Should Panic Now". Translated into 14 different languages, it's the second of a two-part explainer video series for Extinction Rebellion, focusing on

Updated: 8th August 2020 Time is running out for TikTok now as President Trump signed an executive order banning U.S. citizens from doing business with TikTok. The ban will begin 45 days from now and has sparked worries of a potential

What is Afrofuturism?  The term “Afrofuturism” was formally articulated and penned by scholar Mark Dery in 1994 essay ‘Black to the Future: Interviews with Samuel R. Delany, Greg Tate, and Tricia Rose’. Dery maps Afrofuturism to the U.S.A. context where he

As sports fans around the world rejoice and high-level sports once again grace our television screens, thoughts of how our number one source of entertainment affects our climate - through its global carbon footprint - is almost certainly not at

The word CrossFit has become somewhat of an enigma within the fitness industry over the past twenty years. The fitness movement, which was founded by Greg Glassman in California in 2000, has gathered a cult-like following by its members who

In the past fifty years, humans have managed to destroy 60 percent of animal populations. Among them, one is of historic importance: The ancient Skyros horse, whose ancestors are said to adorn the Parthenon frieze. At the start of the

We at Impakter stand against racism wherever and whenever it has occurred and is still occurring. We share this position with our sister publication, Impakter Italia, and we are happy to publish these two pieces, one documenting a recent European

Part of the difficulty of advocating linguistic rights as the facilitator of other human rights, like the freedom of socio-economic choices, lies in the fact that a language-based community cannot be free of complexity due to religion, gender, cultural and

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