Some people manage to overcome difficulties and come out stronger on the other side. Others do not manage to recover. Human responses to critical moments in life vary depending on our capacity to consider change as an opportunity to better oneself.
Nearly 870 million people worldwide are suffering from chronic malnutrition, the majority of which live in developing countries. The reason behind malnutrition lies in the current food system as it puts the interests of big agricultural businesses and distribution companies first. Benjamin Serra Studies show that there is […]
The festival DIY Cultures 2013 presents creations arising from within prison to the outside world on 7th April. Their situation enables them to have what other artists do not: time to conceive of and execute their works. Their creativity is the fruit of their knowledge, but also an escape […]
Recently Tom Hooper’s stunning adaptation of Victor Hugo’s incredible novel ‘Les Miserables’, has brought to light that despite significant technological changes, social issues have fundamentally remained stagnant. Georgina Campbell Writing in the backdrop of the French Revolution, Victor Hugo was in the middle of a social upheaval as questions of […]
Tired of asking armed combatants to keep them out of the internal conflict, the indigenous population of Cauca have decided to expel the the Army based on the Berlin Hill, as well as the guerillas that are fighting over the territory. The media have blamed the indigenous peoples, and distorted […]