We need to achieve gender equality – we need equality in education, we need equality in salaries, we need more women in leadership positions. With that comes the inaugural G20 Conference on Women Empowerment, marking an important milestone for the advancement of women’s rights.
The past few years have seen a rise in wearable technology, ranging from smartwatches to virtual reality headsets. But how are devices affecting our physical and mental health and what does this mean for the future?
Nowadays, the voice and position of the commercial and industrial buyer are pervasive in the renewable energy industry and prosumerism is no longer a fringe term.
Fashion is inevitably a visual language where everyone is free to express themselves, such as from the clothes they wear, the shoes they wear, and also the way they pair accessories with them....
With the unforeseen and rapid nature of the Chinese government’s regulatory measures on Chinese tech companies, on-shore and international investors are wondering what to do next.
As Kanye releases his latest hotly anticipated album Donda seventeen years and nine albums on since The College Dropout it is no longer the music that is the focus. Instead, it is all about Kanye himself and wondering, what will he do next?
In this keynote, we are joined by Professor Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Laureate and recipient of the US Presidential Medal of Freedom, as he provides his opinions on the opportunities available in unpacking social business opportunities during COVID-19.
On top of his list of accolades, Professor Yunus is Founder of Grameen Bank and the “Father of Microfinancing” – a humanitarian take on the financial sector.
The Labour Party has, for longer than often realised, been falling into a deepening disconnect. The Party must shift the focus from the politician to the people, best done through a programme of organic reformism.
Summer fashion is a celebration of diversity, colour and of you the individual. The idea of #hotgirlsummer that is played out over social media and in our lives is a celebration of that identity and body positivity showing us the best of what London and the UK can be.
We know that sleep is important for the regular functioning of our bodies. But to our ancestors, sleep made them vulnerable to attacks from wild animals and predators. So this begs the question, why do we sleep?
With the concept of sustainability becoming increasingly relevant, Emissions Trading Schemes (ETSs) have become progressively popular for setting a legal limit on global carbon emissions by issuing finite licenses, exchangeable between polluting firms on a secondary market.
‘Would you buy a banana that’s ten days old for the same price as you would one that’s just been picked?’
That is the glib, yet no less forceful, sentiment of the students behind the initiative to reduce King’s tuition fees.
“Hungary is a tolerant, patient country with regard to homosexuality. But there is a red line that must not be crossed: Leave our children alone!” – Victor Orban
A look into how King’s College London supported its athletes, who became medalists this year at the Olympics.
While considerable amounts of news and focus in the media have highlighted the devastating impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on health services, life losses, or economic developments, few have addressed the long-lasting trajectories of children that have been left without care and nurturing environments.
Obesity has become a controversial term, sparking ideas of laziness, ill-discipline, and irresponsible lifestyle. In fact, obesity is a hormonal disease, characterised by pathological changes seen throughout the body. The disparity between public perception and the reality of this disease arises from the profound failures of legislating health bodies.
Arguably, upon solidification, all industries in all developed economies will begin centralising decisions around ESG – so much that ESG becomes an intrinsic part of all successful companies.