Home can be ‘sweet’ home…just watch and listen
(2 minute read) Nicole Law hears the heart of her country.
How to help people far away
(6 minute read) Lisa Fraser offers practical advice about making a difference in places in need around the world.
Anti-refugees? Give them a job
(5 minute read) Eloise Thompson looks at the obstacles facing those fleeing war and persecution as they try to make an honest contribution to their host nation.
2022 War Diary
(4 minute read) Michal Gembal, a Polish father of four, recounts his family’s efforts in recent weeks to assist the flood of refugees arriving from Ukraine.
Pride before a fall
(1 minute read) Nicole Law reflects on the lessons of collapsing in the street.
Prioritising: the secret to finding happiness?
(4 minute read) Lisa Fraser offers helpful hints on how to use time better. Can prioritising and planning really be the secret to finding happiness?
Dare we dream?
(5 minute read) Lisa Fraser is moved by a man who thinks a better world is not an idle fantasy.
Women who made a difference: the original Sisterhood
(6 minute read) Maria Patricia Williams hails an Italian go-getter whose passion for the poor of New York City is still making an impact today.
The silent power of altruism
(6 minute read) Adam Brocklehurst examines the life-changing potential of small acts of charity and solidarity.
Immoral Pursuits: the authoritarian manipulation of religious and spiritual values
(8 minute read) History offers all too many examples of authoritarian rulers using religion for their own oppressive ends, argue Tiare Gatti Mora, Laura Magro and Hajra Rehman. It’s time to make a change.