Vice President, Kamala Harris, recently ventured on her first foreign trip to Guatemala to confront the root causes of migration flows from Central America. As food insecurity, corruption and natural disasters in Central America prevail, many decide to embark on
IEP’s Positive Peace Framework is versatile and can be applied to a variety of settings. In the US city of Atlanta, a food movement has grown popular and turned the bustling metropolis into a national leader in urban agriculture. A proliferation
It’s been five months since Hurricane Maria devastated the Caribbean. The rest of the world may have moved on to other news, but Puerto Ricans are still battling mudslides and eroded trees, garbage in the sewers, contaminated water, and limited
In 2017 Munich has suddenly became excited about 15x4 community. Four talks for 15 minutes, about almost everything, including science and technology, were presented in the most accessible and interactive way. The team of volunteers creates a buzz for knowledge
Today we are talking to Serena Oppenheim, the founder of Good Zing, an online community-based encyclopaedia, where one can find tips on virtually any health- or wellness-related issue. From boosting concentration levels and dealing with a hangover to relieving a
Kate DeCiccio is an American artist, educator, and activist. Her art has recently gained national attention on posters in prominent protests such as: Black Lives Matter, The Women's March on Washington, and the March for Science. Her vibrant prints, which explore social issues such
EDITOR’S NOTE: THIS PIECE IS AUTHORED BY, HRH PRINCESS LAMIA BINT MAJED ALSAUD, SECRETARY GENERAL ALWALEED PHILANTHROPIES. THIS PIECE IS PART OF A SERIES EXPLORING THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS (SDGS) SEE THE INTRODUCTION TO THE SERIES HERE. The key to our development challenges?