Researchers discover film footage from World War II that turns out to be a lost documentary shot by Alfred Hitchcock and Sidney Bernstein in 1945 about German concentration camps.
Can you imagine that we are gradually reaching an era where Internet will be so overwhelmingly pervasive in every daily activity of our lives that we won’t even be aware of its existence?
The global crisis of youth unemployment dominated the ongoing World Economic Forum in Davos yesterday where the British journalist Nik Gowing noticed that “keeping calm and carrying on is simply not an option”.
Year 2014 was filled with stories about people who changed their lives and those of others, looking beyond the conventional definitions of success, prioritizing giving and compassion and being part of something bigger than themselves. A Brazilian news site Brasil Post put together a series called “Go Givers” about the stories of such inspirational people. Looking at some of them, here are 6 lessons that everyone can apply in their lives in 2015.
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A new Oxfam report published today warns the combined wealth of 1% of the world’s population to overtake that of the rest 99% by 2016 with the gap between the rick and the poor to be getting deeper.
Young artists broke into the abandoned cinema Zvezda in Belgrade, and set up donation-driven movie projections. They say that, it was the first step towards exploring, creating and contributing Serbian capital to a different city.
The Huffington Post and The World Economic Forum made a post about digital economy and it’s ability to help to understand and reduce youth unemployment. As mentioned in the post, upstarts like Uber, Airbnb, Kickstarter and Square are proving that technology pioneers win more and more consumers over with innovative thinking. This raises the question of how such market solutions can be used to tackle some of society's most pressing issues such as youth unemployment.
Africa is full of young inspiring and outstanding entrepreneurs who want to be positive change makers in their communities but lack access to investment, technical expertise and mentorship. In order to do something about this, a group of more than 20 people from Africa, Europe and the United States have been dedicating their time to support, train and encourage Africa's brightest business minds to find innovative ideas for sustainable start-up enterprises.