Articles Tagged with the word ‘country’
17 Jun 2008
Ashoka's Youth Venture, an organisation providing support and finance for young people to set up their own social projects, recently helped fund Kyle Taylor's ambitious road trip across America.
08 Apr 2008
President Paul Kagame has received the 2007 African Gender Award for all the substantial gains made in advancing the cause of Rwandan women.
31 Mar 2008
Nine years ago 450 South Africans shared a luncheon together on onelong table, perched on the slopes of Table Mountain. Their aim was toshow the country and indeed the world that a unified people have thepower to heal a nation.
03 Jan 2007
DATE: March 1, 2007.
Let's make March 1st 2007 the first most positive day in the historyofour countryand our world! It is a day for people to be positive,...
19 Dec 2005
What do good governments do when something everyone needs to survive becomes scarce? Do they allow an unregulated market to decide who gets it and who does not? Of course not, says Richard Douthwaite, they ration it so that everyone can be sure of getting a share, exactly as happened with food in World War II.
29 Jun 2005
Umbul Umbul Festival Bali, August 27 ñ 29th
In Bali people paint Umbul Umbul flags to proclaim the presence of the gods and signify consciousness at the highest levels. In a country where everyone is an artist, these flags are used for rituals and festivals throughout the year.
29 Feb 2004
The Fairtrade Mark is celebrating its tenth birthday with sales now over £100 million a year.
30 Sep 2001
Celebrating the spirit of sacred truce or 'Ekecheiria' as it is known in Greek, over 250 children aged 11-13 gathered in Olympia from Bosnia, Cyprus, France, Greece, Ireland, Israel, Palestine and Serbia to participate in the childrens Olympiad Peace Festival.