Location: Global

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/ Economics & Innovation

16 May 2014

 

The UK government will consider the impact on women’s and girls’ rights as part of its international aid spending, after a new law is passed promoting gender equality

 
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/ Positive Travel Blog

14 May 2014

 

Aaron Millar calls us to let go and rewild this summer

 
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/ Good Business

09 May 2014

 

Dance is one of the only international languages in the world, Megan Preston tells Nicola Slawson, so why not use it to inspire positive change?

 
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/ Positive Travel, Positive Travel Blog

06 May 2014

 

Travel operator Headwater, which is supporting Positive Travel, uses a scoring system to help people find the most sustainable walking and cycling holidays – giving sustainable travel a more measurable meaning

 
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/ Wellbeing

17 Apr 2014

 

Does the secret to a happy, engaged workforce lie in a comfortable environment?

 
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/ Blogs

15 Apr 2014

 

The latest news, efforts and success stories from the world of campaigning

 
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/ Health

14 Apr 2014

 

As a new gene therapy trial helps restore the sight of a partially sighted man, Edward Lander considers the developments that are repairing vision around the world

 
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/ Positive Travel, Positive Travel Blog

11 Apr 2014

 

One problem, one solution, one week. A new volunteering travel initiative sets its sights on universal primary education

 
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/ Politics

10 Apr 2014

 

A growing number of women in parliament indicate an encouraging trend towards equality

 
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/ Media

07 Apr 2014

 

A groundbreaking journalism project allows local citizens around the world to bolster their communities, learn new skills and break vital news stories that might otherwise go unnoticed

 
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/ Positive Psychology

28 Mar 2014

 

Our Positive Psychology columnist Chris Johnstone explores how a growth mindset strengthens our ability to have breakthroughs and generate positive news in our lives and the world

 
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/ Positive Travel, Positive Travel Blog

26 Mar 2014

 

During six months of hitchhiking around Europe, Jamie Bowlby-Whiting puts his trust in the inherent goodness of the world, and it delivers

 
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/ Positive Perspective

24 Mar 2014

 

Society is awash with sexism, from the Page 3 girl to apps encouraging plastic surgery aimed at children. But women’s voices in the media are becoming more powerful than their image, says Anne Louise Kershaw

 
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/ Mark Williamson, Positive Perspective

20 Mar 2014

 

Our happiness has been stolen by advertisers, celebrities and the media, says Mark Williamson, who explains how simple it is to take it back

 
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, / Positive People

17 Mar 2014

 

Jini Reddy finds out what led successful model Lily Cole to set up a website and app aimed at nurturing a culture of sharing

 
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/ Economics & Innovation

14 Mar 2014

 

Hosts use rental cash to make home payments and pay down debts, while tourist money is distributed more widely, research shows

 
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/ Economics & Innovation

13 Mar 2014

 

Ready to look beyond consumerism? A new online movement is helping people to band together, share their resources, and get by with less

 
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/ Positive Travel, Positive Travel Blog

12 Mar 2014

 

The 10 most ethical destinations to visit in the year ahead

 
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/ Good Business

04 Mar 2014

 

Nicola Slawson talks to Tamsin Chislett, partnerships manager of Living Goods, a company giving away its successful ‘Avon Lady’-style business model in a bid to bolster healthcare in developing countries

 
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/ Environment

27 Feb 2014

 

When Greenpeace activists were detained in Russia following a peaceful protest in the Arctic Sea, their plight drew the world’s attention. Lucy Purdy explores how their ordeal galvanised campaigners and may have ushered in a new era for environmental activism