The biggest misconceptions and myths about refugees and the refugee crisis
From promoting business decarbonization to helping refugees, here are some altruistic paths to start out on for World Humanitarian Day.
With many countries having their own unique claim to democracy - which one was really first?
When psychologists studied CCTV footage of urban violence, they found that 9 out of 10 bystanders intervened to break up a fight.
A 16-year-old has become a millionaire after winning the inaugural Fornite World Cup in New York. It’s a watershed moment for e-sports.
Humans spend their days chasing happiness, but as Rafael Euba, a lecturer in Old Age Psychiatry, writes, there's no biological basis for sustained happiness.
After suffering abuse for his sexual orientation, a man is seeking to prove that his country's laws violate the constitution that guarantees the right to freedom of expression by taking l...
The ill-treatment of women in our societies and the ill-treatment of LGBTI persons have the same root cause. It is all about sex and gender – and they should be tackled jointly.
To mark the 10th Mandela Day, a selection of Madiba's wisest words.
Although not everyone is a bookworm, a solid grounding in reading from a young age brings a variety of benefits to a child.
The pub employs homeless people, serves plant-based food and gives its proceeds to charity.
In November 2020, the US will vote for a new president – here are five things you need to know about the campaign process and previous presidents.
The changes have three main aims, to protect women from degrading work conditions, to cut crime and to revive the 500-year-old neighbourhood.
Umpires at Wimbledon have stopped using prefixes such as 'Miss' and 'Mrs' at the end of each game. The move ends a long standing tradition and brings the women's game in line with the men...
The dream of utopia, achievable or not, inspires many different people and groups to make the world a better place.