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April 15, 2014, No comments

What happens when a public health crisis follows a major disaster? The University of Roehampton, London Online has launched an interactive simulation that encourages participants to use their skills, logic and deductive [...]

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Bagan – a dreamscape in brick and gold

February 5, 2014, No comments

Deep in the heart of Burma, the Bagan complex displays its 3,000 temples, pagodas and stupas in an enchanted setting, a blend of grandiose and rust ...

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The Aeta people – the last hunter-gatherers in the Philippines

January 16, 2014, No comments

Hidden away in the mountains in the northern Philippines, the Aetas are a gentle people with a poorly known culture. Treated as second-class citizens, ...

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First Global Slavery Index Counts World’s Population Living In Modern Slavery

January 14, 2014, 1 Comment

The world’s first ‘Global Slavery Index’ provides a shocking insight into the estimated numbers of people living in modern slavery ...

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    Designing Change: Sappi’s “Ideas That Matter”
    September 26, 2013, No comments

    Sappi’s grants program helps realize print design projects that advance the social good (3BL Media/Justmeans) — Better design, better world. It’s a simple concept, with infinite variety. Consider “Citizen Forester,& ...

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    Banteay Chhmar – Lost Angkor in Miniature
    September 24, 2013, No comments

    Tucked away in the northwest of Cambodia, far from the tourist highways and easy-to-access clichéd attractions, Banteay Chhmar is a magical and mysterious place with a vegetation-shrouded temple that is [...]