From the perspective of an avid watcher, the show presents an entertaining and sentimental journey, with the emphasis on ‘patients first’ becoming a promise of hope and better ways. However, it opens up the troubling possibility of comparisons.
The new government has again proposed measures to ensure protection, equality and justice for every individual in Lithuania. However, some have made it their goal to ensure that individuals at risk of discrimination or violence do not receive the needed protection.
To be seen, you must keep up.
As sustainability seeps into mainstream culture, and the responsibility to double check claims falls on us, it begs the question can we truly ethically consume?
Using simple principles of supply and demand, producers like Nike and Adidas use sneakerhead culture to their advantage by limiting the availability and distribution of certain products and therefore ensuring that each release is highly anticipated by their customer base.
The ‘Two Decades of Memes’ exhibition in New York City and Chicago’s Meme Museum have created a safe space for meme creators to display their work as masterpieces. However, despite their efforts, some people are still resistant to label amusing templates as pieces of art.
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.
This shiny brave new world of online learning comes at the expense of fundamental necessities for student learning.
From rocky relations with China following the eruption of the COVID-19 pandemic, to the 1.9 trillion dollar stimulus checks, the country has been at the top of every headline about economics. Now it’s showing up on the headlines for a different reason: inflation.
It should be mandatory for universities to include a disclaimer that these theorists defended paedophilia, otherwise it seems like premeditated obscuring of the truth, and a misrepresentation of these people as admirable scholars – these are not people we should strive to emulate.
Google is part of our lives. Let it be Google search engine, Google calendar, Google Meet. The truth is, in this ad, Google is presenting itself as your friend – as the solution to your problem.
Over time Amazon has built up some innovative, yet often draconian methods to control its workers.
Is Navalny able to change the Russian political scene, win against corruption and eventually put an end to Putin’s presidency?
Not only a story of ingenuity but one of hope, Anaum reveals how her organisation, ‘Mai Foundation’, mobilises women to help women; find freedom, autonomy and financial independence.
Given that llamas are mostly known for their endearing appearance and their tendency to spit, their involvement in Covid-19 treatments may come as a quite a surprise.
In both the East and West where citizens increasingly value their privacy, regulators are clamping down on Big tech and e-commerce companies which have long exploited data they collected from users to further their dominance and curb competitors.
Quantum computing holds much promise, and a few UK players are squaring up to the challenge.