Category: Features

What To Expect From The Reign Of King Charles III

“What to expect from the reign of King Charles III” by Stephen Clear, Bangor University The sad news of the passing of Queen Elizabeth II marks the beginning of the reign of King Charles III. The transition period has already seen questions raised about whether we can expect the new king to be “interventionist”. These concerns … Read More

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Women’s NGOs Are Changing The World

“Women’s NGOs are changing the world – and not getting credit for it” by Dr. Bipasha Baruah, Western University and Dr. Kate Grantham, McGill University In contemporary global development circles, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) are now performing many more roles and activities than they did a few decades ago. NGOs work with governments, community groups and the … Read More

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Eight Ways You Can Help Women’s Rights

“Eight ways you can help women’s rights” by Jane Arscott, Athabasca University International Women’s Day 2018 marks a pivotal moment for women’s rights, according to the United Nation’s Secretary General, Antonio Guterrez. In the entertainment industry, at workplaces, on social media, and in the streets, women demand an end to oppression and discrimination and zero tolerance … Read More

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Elder Abuse Increasing, Without Increased Awareness

“Elder abuse increasing, without increased awareness” by Linda R. Phillips, University of Arizona and Lisa Marie O’Neill, University of Arizona About 16% of older adults are victims of some form of mistreatment and the number of reported cases of elder abuse is steadily increasing. Because of poor record-keeping, however, those of us who study elder … Read More

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Food Safety Warnings Are Making Eating More Dangerous

“Food safety warnings are making eating more dangerous” by Martin Cohen, University of Hertfordshire California judges recently ruled that coffee must henceforth come with health warnings. This is definitely a landmark – but not quite in the way its proponents imagine. Rather, it underlines how food safety issues are at heart political. Yes, coffee contains a … Read More

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The Agony of Defeat: How Olympians Can Deal With Failure

“The agony of defeat: How Olympians can deal with failure” by Kent Kowalski, University of Saskatchewan and Leah Ferguson, University of Saskatchewan It’s been said there’s nothing worse than finishing fourth at the Olympics. There have been some amazing performances so far from the athletes who have won medals at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics. But behind … Read More

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Think Success: The Definitive Guide

Think success and thrive. That’s is the movement we are embarking on this month. Reaching back to a book and teaching that has proven wealth of not only knowledge but the key to personal achievement for many. Think Success. Use The Power of Your Mind During my last major programme of studies, faith and reason … Read More

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Winning Ways Women Can Make Money Online

COVID-19 has stretched budgets thin across the country, but many women have lost tons of money due to losing their jobs or having to take fewer hours to work at home to care for children. Women in particular need to make more money thanks to the struggles of the pandemic. Fortunately, the Daughters of Sheba … Read More

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