Journalist Rachel Broady is passionate about challenging the stereotypes of people experiencing poverty, and decided the best place to begin was within her own industry.
Creativity is familiar to even the smallest child; it comes perfectly naturally, yet it baffles great minds. Some aspects of our lives lie beyond rational explanation, they are more intuitive, imaginative, emotional and subjective. A creative process we think we understand through our own capacity for reasoning is bound to miss the true nature of the process – it will be no more than a mirage, a mere delusion.
Since 2015 Europe crossed the line from being chiefly rural to more people living in cities. Young people especially, gravitate towards cities. The countryside empties, dereliction creeps in and older people that remain cannot cope. Using Cyprus as an example, rural refugees arrive from Africa, can they replace lost villagers?
Knives are only dangerous in someone’s hand; up until that point, they are just pieces of metal. CUT takes metal from knives and transforms it into buttons and rivets for bespoke jeans. In buying CUT jeans, you are contributing to the creation of opportunities for youth in the fashion industry
How do our attitudes about the pandemic today influence our power to transform into a more sustainable future that centres around planetary health? From her experiences of living in India and championing ethical consumerism to the psychology of denial, Jen Marsden reflects.