Homeless people in Berlin are going back to school
Prejudices: everybody has them, but no one wants to be a target of it. Discover six prejudice-reducing actions that can easily be practised in everyday life.
Heartbreaking images of children with kwashiorkor or surrounded by flies. Aid organisations become more aware that these images are a negative stereotype and ‘not done’.
According to international conventions, refugees have the same rights to health care as the citizens of a country. However, the right to health care for refugees is violated in many countries.
Which are the best and the worst countries in the world, regarding food safety, availability and costs?
Watching TV is changing fertility rates around the world.
Bullying among school children is an incredibly complex problem and finding effective prevention methods often proves to be a challenge. Some examples of successful anti-bullying initiatives around the world.
People can react to violence and hatred in a very surprising way.
Why do we sleep? How do we see colors? Two very simple questions a kid could ask. But how to answer these questions in a simple way?
"In the end, we only regret the chances we didn't take".
Entrepreneur Cynthia Koenig and her team developed The Wello WaterWheel; a method of water collection that enables people to roll water from point A to B, instead of carrying it on the head.
Last month Ikigai published the photo series of the Lithuanian artist Ernest Zacharevic in Georgetown, Malaysia. This time photos of the artworks by Francisco de Pájaro from Spain.
Before a new drug can be brought on the market, it needs to be tested on people to assess its efficacy and safety. Pharmaceutical companies more and more prefer to perform these tests in Africa, East-Europe, Asia and South-America, because it is cheap and ‘test cases’ are easy to find.
Brazil is home to the largest network of human breast milk banks in the world. Thanks to the innovative breast milk bank programmes, premature babies are provided with life-saving support.