Razor wire, surveillance technologies and gated compounds – welcome to COP27.
Given how much young people have achieved in the fight against climate crisis it’s crucial their voices are really heard at COP27.
Who will win the US midterms, the polls, or the gambling markets?
Some of the most innovative people in the world earn Nobel Prizes. Scholars of creativity identify what they have in common and what regular people can learn and emulate from their examples.
Talk of “breaking down the barriers” is all too often a cover for breaking down academic disciplines to create administrative flexibility.
Perhaps the best way to understand the reasons why people embark on these journeys is to put yourself in their shoes.
Anyone involved in the creation of a song is a songwriter.
What we can learn from squatters, climate protestors and desert hippies.
During pilgrimage walks, people often observe and appreciate simple things more keenly, feel the spiritual connection with their surroundings and gain new, enriching life perspectives.
The story can be traced back many centuries to a time of warfare between Christian European countries and the Muslim Ottoman Empire.
These ten drawing show the realities of life at the English seaside in 2021.
In my research, I’ve seen how people can feel a new sense of gratitude, meaning and purpose. They often take up new hobbies and careers. They become less materialistic and more altruistic.
Welcome to an entirely new understanding of the world.
More hours of teaching might benefit children’s recovery in the short term but put teachers under dangerous pressure.
Explaining the rule of law crisis shaking the relationship between Poland and the EU.
Electric vehicle sales are booming and coal power is dwindling, but structural obstacles to net zero remain.
Several schools in Scotland have paused the rollout of facial recognition technology in school canteens following inquiries from the UK Information Commissioner’s Office.
What does communism 2.0 mean for democracy?
Just like in real life, the idea that everyone in the game has a fair shot is quickly exposed as a fallacy.
Every infected person is assigned a local case officer who can personalise the support they receive.