The UK’s first short story vending machines have popped up in London, to help people stop scrolling through social media and lose themselves in bite-sized works of fiction.
Liveability rankings can be important in influencing movement of businesses and people to cities around the world. But how do we ensure they are accurate and reflective of reality?
Researchers from Iowa State University conducted an experiment which compared the effects of three different techniques intended to reduce anxiety and increase happiness - loving-kindness...
Now in its third decade, the Schwab Foundation is adapting its focus to the scope and complexity of social entrepreneurship, moving the field forward collectively towards more systemic so...
How much would it cost you to visit a museum to see your nation’s cultural history? For millions of people across the world, it would mean buying a plane ticket to a European city on top ...
Many companies now see a sense of belonging in the workplace as a vital goal alongside workplace diversity.
For students and academics, the stakes of a life transformed into a competitive game can be highly problematic.
Young people face a disproportionate challenge in labour markets across the world. This is how the gap can be addressed.
Numerous cities or countries have announced Universal Basic Income (UBI) trials, but what's the latest?
Meeting the UN's Sustainable Development Goals will require a new generation of social entrepreneurs, harnessing new and existing technology for the benefit of all.
Following the terrorist attack, New Zealand women are wearing headscarves in a show of solidarity with the Muslim community.
A civilian conservation corps could prove a popular and effective way for countries to mobilize the climate strike generation.
Why are Scandinavians the happiest people on earth? As the Nordic nations again top the world happiness league, what are the secrets to their success?
For a lot of people, exercise is a wholly indoor activity and can feel like a chore. Combining it with the great outdoors and a few good deeds could make it more worthwhile.
A pair of glasses costs as little as $1.50 - and yet they can transform lives in the developing world, boosting productivity, wages and wellbeing.