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06 Sep 2019

No More Record Highs: Addressing The Plight Of Children Trapped In Armed Conflict

United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA)  recently organized a symposium in Mazar-e-Sharif in Afghanistan

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05 Sep 2019

Top 7 Qualities Of Resilient Citizens

Resilience is “the process of adapting well in the face of adversity, trauma, tragedy, threats

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04 Sep 2019

The Amazon Fire Crisis Has Been 500 Years In The Making – As Brazil’s Indigenous People Know Only Too Well

São Paulo – the largest city in the Americas – was recently plunged into darkness

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03 Sep 2019

Investment Migration: An Explainer

Investment migration is growing at an unprecedented rate. But what is it exactly, why would

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26 Aug 2019

Where Do People Spend Most Time On Social Media?

A recent study reveals which countries spend the most time on social media in a

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22 Aug 2019

For An Indigenous Group, Protecting The Future Requires Rediscovering The Past

The Harakmbut people of the Peruvian Amazon have seen their fragile ecosystem destroyed, with mining

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22 Aug 2019

4 Careers That Help Fight Society’s Growing Mental Health Crisis

Did you know there are almost 50 million Americans who deal with mental health issues

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22 Aug 2019

Going Green Is All About What You Gain, Not What You Give Up

According to The New Republic magazine in June this year: ‘You will have to make

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16 Aug 2019

The Infantilization Of Western Culture

If you regularly watch TV, you’ve probably seen a cartoon bear pitching you toilet paper,

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15 Aug 2019

Pseudoscience Is Taking Over Social Media – And Putting Us All At Risk

Search for “climate change” on YouTube and before long you’ll likely find a video that

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19 Jul 2019

Do Human Bodies Carry More Toxins Now Than 50 Years Ago?

Look around, and you’re likely to find a burgeoning industry of alternative health professionals, laboratories

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18 Jul 2019

Global Cooperation Depends On The Strength Of Local Connections

The story of humanity is one of extraordinary cooperation but also terrible conflict. We come

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17 Jul 2019

Why Won’t The US Supreme Court Do Anything About Racism?

The Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke fired 16 shots, killing the African-American teenager Laquan

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16 Jul 2019

Climate Crisis: Migration Cannot Be The Only Option For People Living On ‘Drowning’ Islands

The evidence of the climate crisis is now undeniable. But state responses to climate change

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02 Jul 2019

Why Millennials Need To Worry About Burnout

Author: Benjamin Lee We’ll be the first to admit it; millennials have it tough. To

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30 Jun 2019

Stressed & Depressed: How Can We Design Cities To Promote Mental Health

It is a known fact that almost half of the world’s population live in cities

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23 Jun 2019

Violent Crime Is Like Infectious Disease – And We Know How To Stop It Spreading

Headlines scream about “epidemics” of shootings and stabbings – but what if we took that

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20 Jun 2019

5 Tips To Find The Best Options For Household Assistance In Your City

Whether it be a nanny or housekeeping staff, all types of domestic help are available

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18 Jun 2019

If You Oppose Donald Trump, Please Don’t Hate Him

When we allow ourselves to fall victim to hatred, we are doing our opponents’ work

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18 Jun 2019

Understanding The Human Side Of Climate Change Relocation

Climate change is expected to have a striking impact on vulnerable communities, especially in coastal

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16 Jun 2019

Father’s Day: Lesser-Known Ways Dads Improve Children’s Lives

Father’s Day is a time when people think about the influence of their fathers on

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10 Jun 2019

Why The Nazis Studied American Race Laws For Inspiration

On 5 June 1934, about a year and half after Adolf Hitler became Chancellor of

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22 May 2019

Mental Health Stigma In The Workplace – What Companies Can Do About It

While progress is clear when it comes to how we view mental health, it still

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21 May 2019

How Many Times Do You Think Your Life Was Affected By A Robot?

Unless you have a robot vacuum cleaner, you might say that robots had no real impact

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13 May 2019

How humans interact with the changing environment is affecting the spread of infectious disease

Some of the world’s most notorious infections – including Lyme disease, rabies, and Ebola come

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10 May 2019

Who’s Who In US Election 2020

US Elections is nearing and lots of names have popped up. It’s easy to get

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06 May 2019

Forget The Anthropocene: We’ve Entered The Synthetic Age

One fact about our time is becoming increasingly well-known. No matter how far you travel,

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30 Apr 2019

How Gen Z Is Changing The Future Of Shopping

Technology continues to permeate the way we live. Along with this, we have a generation

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26 Apr 2019

The Secret To Defeating Thanos All Along

The world, at least the Marvel Cinematic Universe, is buzzstruck with Avengers: Endgame fever. There

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26 Apr 2019

Predictability In Chaos: Common Statistical Patterns In Urban Terrorism

Whenever we think about terrorism, destruction and disarray comes to mind. Attacks are surprising and

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