As the global housing crisis is reaching a boiling point, millennials are choosing hitting the road and choosing vanlife instead of city life.
In the last few years, the topic of fashion sustainability has evolved from a mere concern to a matter of fundamental urgency. Many fashion brands have switched their production practices Continue Reading
More than two years after the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, new work trends are rising. A recent Gallup survey of more than 140.000 US employees revealed that “hybrid Continue Reading
A study by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO) shows that orchestral music spiked in popularity over the course of the pandemic. More than half of those surveyed claimed that they Continue Reading
The Department for Education published figures showing a 23% increase in the number of families approved for adoption. Although children are waiting less time in care, Black children, children with additional needs and sibling groups wait the longest in care.
The popularity of boxing in the U.K is growing. Remember Anthony Joshua’s dramatic stopping of Wladimir Klitschko in 2017? My goosebumps are yet to settle. However, the public’s growing intrigue of the Continue Reading
India has set a new daily coronavirus death record and ranks second globally by the number of people infected after the USA (jhu.edu). The total number of coronavirus cases in Continue Reading
“Colourism is a seed that was planted by white supremacy and watered within our own communities” Lupita Nyongo Colourism is a facet of racism, which stems from negative stereotypes regarding Continue Reading