Procrastination – from the Latin procrastinare: ‘to leave until the next day, to postpone’ – it is the habit of systematically putting off the tasks we are required to carry out. It is such a natural and widespread phenomenon that, according to experts, it has an evolutionary base, affecting on average 95% of the global population.
Doctor Brené Brown has spent the past 12 years investigating vulnerability, courage, dignity and shame. She will be exploring these themes at a conference in London on the 4th of July. . Brown, whose 2010 speech “The Power of Vulnerability” has had over 8.5 million views on TED.com (an organisation […]
Despite increasing migratory flows, global mobility of the world’s population is limited . An international conference will debate the key aspects of migration for the development of mankind. . The objective of the Sixth International Conference, “Migration and Development”, is the “study of international migration flows and their impact on […]
The immigration policies of David Cameron’s government will create further barriers for Latin Americans living in the United Kingdom and will put them in an even more vulnerable position, claims one of the authors of “No Longer Invisible”. . Ramón Alabau . Despite their economic, social and cultural contributions to […]
The World Health Organisation reports that there are over one billion disabled people in the world. Many of these individuals are discriminated against and marginalised by society. . Ramón Alabau . He is one of most important scientists of our time. A renowned physicist, educator and cosmologist whose contributions to […]