From Milan to Expo Astana 2017, the exhibition dedicated to future energy

From Milan to Expo Astana 2017, the exhibition dedicated to future energy

It has been one of the most successful pavilions at Expo Milano 2015. A pavilion showcasing a dynamic, young, technologic country. Just a few weeks before the end of the world’s fair, the Asian country presents Expo Astana 2017, the exhibition dedicated to future energy.     From 10 June to 10 September 2017, over 3,000

With no men at the top, women stand alone

With no men at the top, women stand alone

The British Elle magazine has launched the campaign #MoreWomen. It is aimed to give the right visibility to powerful, successful women and to create a positive dialogue in order to achieve gender equality. To do that, the magazine realised a video that shows how women are in some of the world’s highest and most important

Battle is protagonist of the 2015 Wildlife Photographer of the Year

Battle is protagonist of the 2015 Wildlife Photographer of the Year

“A tale of two foxes”, took by the Canadian Don Gutoski. The picture shows a Red fox dragging off something whilst walking on the snow. Looking more carefully, it is clear what it holds in its mouth: the corpse of another fox, the Arctic fox. The image is therefore the final result of the battle

Why Turkey fears the Kurds more than the Islamic State

Why Turkey fears the Kurds more than the Islamic State

Turkish general elections have been held on 7 June, but since then no single political party, or bloc of allied parties, managed to create a government. Therefore, the President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan called on new elections on 1 November, in order to solve the political stalemate. Who knows if he ever imagined that such stalemate

5 reasons why Montessori education is (also) eco-friendly

5 reasons why Montessori education is (also) eco-friendly

Having been for many decades more popular abroad than in Italy, Montessori education seems to be back in vogue even in the homeland of the famous pedagogue who developed it. The approach suggested by Maria Montessori is applied, more or less literally, in an increasing number of schools and families also due to the contribution

Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet wins 2015 Nobel Peace Prize

Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet wins 2015 Nobel Peace Prize

The Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet, a group of four civil society organisations that worked to stabilise peace and democracy in Tunisia, has been awarded the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize “for its decisive contribution to the building of a pluralistic democracy in Tunisia in the wake of the Jasmine Revolution of 2011”.   The 2015 Nobel Peace

Svetlana Alexievich is the 2015 Nobel Prize in Literature

Svetlana Alexievich is the 2015 Nobel Prize in Literature

Svetlana Alexievich has been awarded the 2015 Nobel Prize in Literature by the Swedish Academy “for her polyphonic writings, a monument to suffering and courage in our time”. The Belarusian writer and journalist is known for books that weave hundreds of real life testimonies together.   Alexievich was born in Ukraine in 1948 from a

Italians want gay couples to be recognised, but the government hesitates

Italians want gay couples to be recognised, but the government hesitates

Italy is the only country of Western Europe to not recognise same-sex marriages or any form of civil union between gay people.   France, Spain, the UK, but also the faraway Iceland, and the super-catholic Ireland allow people of the same sex to get married, according to the country’s regulations. On the other hand, Germany,