Since 2011, professional and amateur archaeologists in Cardiff have been unearthing prehistoric artefacts. But last summer, they began to discover something even more extraordinary.
The effect of climate change on established lifestyles of farming communities are varied
Racial hostility can produce symptoms similar to what soldiers experience as a result of going to war.
Rising business costs and shifts in the market accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic are posing challenges for small retailers along Main Street business areas.
Geographic, cultural and political identity are all part of being Indigenous.
Reliance on the support of others after an accident showed philosopher David Newheiser the power of solidarity. We need a similar sense of communal connection in our approach to COVID, he writes.
The recent State of the Environment report assessed nature’s impact to Australians’ wellbeing for the first time. Here’s what it found.
Sports can help prevent the involvement of youth in violent extremism.
Avoiding talk of death won’t make it disappear.
It’s still fashionable today to promote tech startups and tech hubs based on models from the global north. But new, alternative and more sustainable models might be emerging.
Moms in Proteomics hopes to ensure a sustainable and productive international community of expertly trained scientists, coupled with the necessary resources and tools to balance motherhood.
A ‘right to grow’ law encouraging more locally-grown food could boost health, community pride and food supply resilience.
Women meet to weave, reflect, commiserate, share culture and tell stories in hopes of passing down ancestral knowledge.
Peddlers of dangerous ideas regarding the constitution should be reminded of what was done in the name of a legislative majority under apartheid.
Rather than tolerating divisiveness and intolerance, we can and we should embrace this important moment to create a more participatory form of democracy.
While many students who grew up in rural communities leave for good after going off to college, some are returning to their rural roots. A scholar who studies education and small towns explains why.
The Spanish word ‘destierra’ describes the psychological trauma of being uprooted, displaced or dispossessed from a loved place.
It’s time to complete the picture and recognize public expenditures on supports for family caregivers as social investments in the well-being of individuals, families and communities
Wellbeing is not just an individual thing, it plays out in relationships with people and animals and even plants and our environment.
Whether someone is scrolling mindlessly or actively conducting research, WitchTok connects witches to their practices and community.