By Noura Abou Ammo|2022-04-14T09:09:11+01:00April 14th, 2022|
"Lebanese importers are struggling to get dollars from a subsidy program to buy wheat from new suppliers, who are demanding large down payments and can reroute supplies if payments are delayed.” - The National News. This is just part of the situation with Lebanon, read on to find out more...
By Joseph Coughlan|2021-11-21T18:41:53+00:00November 21st, 2021|
“Performative activism is really about getting the so-called glory of activism without having to pay any price”. - Co-Founder of Black Lives Matter, read this article to find out more...
By Jordan O'Boyle|2021-10-25T18:47:34+01:00October 25th, 2021|
The Disinformation Age: Does Social Media Have Too Much Influence? We all want to be heard. The quintessence of our being is our individuality and having that desire to share and connect with those who have similar interests. An online platform is a perfect way to achieve this, isn’t it?
By Noura Abou Ammo|2021-10-25T19:07:39+01:00October 24th, 2021|
Following the world’s biggest non-nuclear blast in 2020 that took place in Lebanon’s capital, Beirut, we explore through interviews with young people, how we can restore hope...or is it too late?
By Naomi James|2021-09-19T21:08:25+01:00September 19th, 2021|
Many people will go for some exercise in park or visit local woodland but did you know there are health benefits from the trees and plants themselves?
By Hannah Chater|2021-09-19T21:07:53+01:00September 19th, 2021|
The use of plastics by humanity is creating more damage to the ocean and therefore our food chain than ever realised. Find out what you can do about it..
By Noura Abou Ammo|2021-09-16T18:16:11+01:00September 14th, 2021|
As Lebanon’s problems continue to accumulate while politicians flounder for short-term solutions, its youth is left to fend for itself in the midst of the chaos, birthing destructive coping mechanisms and mental health issues.
By Jordan O'Boyle|2021-09-29T19:55:48+01:00September 5th, 2021|
Why is it so easy to feel apathy? 4 ways to tackle apathy in ourselves and in society shown through the abuse the RNLI have received by saving migrants.
By Hannah Hughes|2021-07-25T21:47:59+01:00July 25th, 2021|
Global warming is our planet's biggest killer. The effects are felt all around the world, but in some regions, the consequences are becoming extreme. We must act now to change our own attitudes and habits.
By Hannah Hughes|2021-07-04T17:49:02+01:00July 4th, 2021|
How we are disrupting ocean health through fishing and greenhouse gas emissions, the effects of these activities on oceans, and how we can help restore ocean harmony.