More than 70 years since the defeat of the Nazi Third Reich, the spectre of anti-Semitism still stalks Europe, with 90% of Jewish people across the EU saying it is a growing problem.
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Playtime is vital to children's development - and shapes everything from their school readiness to their future careers. Now there's a global movement to boost opportunities for play.
English dominates the internet and risks creating a digital divide, as demonstrated by this chart showing the discrepancies between languages used online and those spoken in real life.
There's mounting evidence that 'bibliotherapy' can help people overcome loneliness and social exclusion - and it has been healing minds for a century.
As it struggles with an ageing population and shrinking workforce, Japan is offering two new types of visa to attract more foreign talent.
Some of humanity’s greatest innovations – from vaccines to brain surgery – were pioneered by Africans.
Some of the brightest minds in history were notorious procrastinators.
Meet the Iraqi women grappling taboos as well as their opponents.
As Albert Camus wrote; "Fiction is the lie through which we tell the truth".
With the holiday season almost upon us, here are five books from 2018 that Bill Gates recommends giving as gifts.
Quito in Ecuador is tackling the childhood obesity crisis, one school dinner at a time
A company that uses artificial intelligence to help people with autism is part of a wave of education technology start-ups attracting millions of dollars of global investment.
Researchers asked 2,000 Welsh children what would make them healthier and happier.
As automation in the workplace continues to surge, Adecco Chief Executive Alain Dehaze calls for life-long learning to help workers upgrade their skills and stay employable.