By AurumEve Why we love ARTICLE 22: Named after the twenty-second article of the United Nations’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948 – ARTICLE 22 seeks to promote the right to social, economic and cultural security in Laos.
This post comes courtesy of Danielle Nierenberg of Food Tank: The Food Think Tank Whether you are sitting on the beach, stuck at the airport, or cuddled up next to the fire this winter, these 18 books can help satisfy your mind, soul, and stomach.
By Rachel Wallace You can’t go wrong with a winter tradition as delicious as hot chocolate. As a kid, even a watery cup of Swiss Miss hit the spot after a day out in the wet snow.
We are excited to announce that we’ve launched a sister site, Humanity Unified! HU is a lifestyle brand for the traveler, dreamer, adventurer, creative and changemaker.
Thank you doritedonuts for this chocolatey dose of donut pick-me-up. We will now all be on a mission to find anything that resembles a fried cake with chocolate.
By Lucy Munday I am sitting in the moonlight listening to the swish and swoop of a giant mother digging her nest.
Thank you drizzydonuts for this delectable dose of donut pick-me-up to spike our sugar levels for the rest of the day: Send Us Your Donut Photos on Instagram Using the Hashtag #donutist Noonday Donut Pick-Me-Up Photo: Tiered Goodness
Join us in supporting this week’s Changemaker Challenge via DoSomething.org: The Problem One billion people will never see a doctor in their lives and will never receive essential health services, like vaccinations, medications, and care during childbirth.
BY SHAZ DE PINTO There I was – Carrasco International Airport trying to find my way to the heart of Montevideo at six o’clock on one Friday morning.
Pasta with Mussels via Shutterstock By Diana Smith It is the number one beach destination in the state of Florida.
By Lucy Munday It’s that time of year again and if you’re anything like me you will be looking guiltily at the wrapping paper and apologising to trees.
Why we love fashionABLE: Every purchase creates sustainable business in Africa. The company is committed to long-term solutions to fighting poverty, with a main focus in creating opportunities for vulnerable women. That means that your purchase creates jobs, so that the women are not dependent upon charity, but instead are a vital part of a developing economy.
By Rachel Wallace It’s always a good thing to give back and help others. Although charities exist for almost every issue imaginable, many don’t provide much opportunity for people to get involved beyond donating money.
The Dominican Republic is known for its picturesque beaches, warm climate and fiery culture, but the island has some hidden treasures unbeknown to many visitors.
In early November we visited Rwanda to learn more about how The Culture-ist and a sister organization we are developing can work with local Rwandans to empower women and children in need through education and food security initiatives.
This video titled “Can We Autocorrect Humanity” by Prince Ea will have you doing some serious soul-searching if you are like the millions of other people who spend much of their day communicating through technology.
Traditional clothing is an important part of a region’s history and identity. Some areas regard their national dress as an unofficial uniform, to be worn only on ceremonial occasions.
Every month, KIND supports individuals and organizations working to make the world a little kinder with $10,000 through its KIND Causes platform.
November and December can be a bit stressful as many of us prepare for the holidays. As January commences and the coldest months of the year follow, many of us look to escape to a place with warmer days and nights, food that makes our senses come alive and experiences that bring that spark back into our stressed souls.
Curated by Seanna Pratt Narrated by actor and U.N. Environment Program Goodwill Ambassador, Ian Somerhalder, this short documentary, “Climate Heroes: Stories of Change,” was created by the U.N.