Why can people just not get over certain events when we all know that time heals all wounds?
Discussions were held about what is threatening the freedom of the press today – especially in Europe.
I am the creator of my own life: what I think defines the person I am. That’s why it is so important to think in a proper way.
“A drought is not only about the lack of water, (…) it’s about what is happening with our mentality.” – Prof. Cílek in Part 2
Universal Basic Income as an answer to digitisation and robotisation. – Ping Xu interviewed by Paula P’Cay.
The high demand for birds as pets, unfortunately, leads to an increase in bird smuggling all over the world.
In order to receive treatment for TB, I moved to another district – I never dreamt my illness would also be positive in my life.
A panel discussion focused on the challenges facing the professional journalism of today.
A huge part of the population in India are still unaware of their right to information or don’t know how to deal with procedures.
What might a society be like if we focus on learning from mistakes and accept imperfection?
Part 2 of my series: The existence of the Raute population in Nepal has become the most valuable heritage of Nepal.
UK higher education in observation after UK universities strike due to proposed changes to the pension scheme for academics.
The SRT was founded by Khasi men in Meghalaya to encourage gender equality in Meghalaya.
There is a debate about what information is real, what is fake. In this interview, we find out how Prof. Cílek treats this issue.
The topic of microcredits was the subject of controversial discussion. After its “wild years”, has the concept become reasonable?
Scoliosis: A comprehensive view of the body and the origin of a physical condition is important. Part 2
In July 2018 Austria takes over the EU Council Presidency. What can Austria contribute to the EU’s progress during this period?
Words from a fortunate guy looking beyond our great scientific/intellectual age of reason and material blessings.