We asked ourselves: How would the world, especially tourism industry look like after Covid? Can we return after the outbreak into a life with wide-spread sustainability?
Even countries like, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, or even Ebola affected Liberia and Senegal are better than my Central European country, Hungary in Gender Gap according this Index.
Caring for discriminating issues towards males won’t increase inequalities for females. Our job is to keep extremist reactions, like violence (both physical and mental) out of the picture, and to work on to open up ourselves for all potential truth of both (all) sides of the (gender equality) arguments.
Today I have already give some coins in the metro literally 2 mins before this man stepped toward me.
He even told me based on my look he was worried to come to me. I looked too serious and a bit cruel.
Herby would like to personally congratulate for AIESEC Alumni all over Europe who are tirelessly working on shaping the world around us. At the Regional Conference in Czech Republic, we had the chance to learn about individuals bringing a change to this world. We met Irina from Germany who organized a CleanUp day and inspired... Continue Reading →
Today I'm gonna attempt again to talk by pictures. Once an AIESECer, always an AIESECer. It's half midnight here in Czech Republic at #ERAC2019 and I'm still working on my session, and with my team to make a decision about award nominees. AIESEC Alumni Europe is the regional Assosiations gathering alumnus of AIESEC the world... Continue Reading →
Quality Education was voted among 160,000+ young people as the most burning issue globally. Why is quality education the most required SDG?
Read more about my realizations while on a 2 months mission working on SDG 3 (Good Health and Well-being) as a volunteer in the world’s most developed country: the United States.
What is Good Health to Humankind as a whole? Certainly confusing to answer from individual perspective. Especially as someone with good health…
On my one year long journey in Benin Republic, West Africa I had the privilege to meet and live on the same street with a social entrepreneur who is already saving the children of her nation from dying in malnutrition.
She is the mummy of Benin and also of my team of 6, as she constantly helped us out from real pressing issues. I am forever grateful to her to feed us when we had nothing or barley anything to eat for months...
Have a deep look into food industry and our privilege to live in food security. Think about the starving millions of people and reconsider provide support for rural woman in order to equip them to fight hunger. All this in SDG2 article.
I gained an understanding of my grandparents’ past and the values they packed into their tales and stories by volunteering in West Africa for a year living under the poverty line.
SDG 1, No poverty is on my table again. Let's talk about it.
It’s story of mine where I seek understanding of my grandparents’ struggles with satisfying their basic needs; and with it, I aim to discover the long-term effects of poverty through its effects on my own life. Sustainable Development Goal number one is NO POVERTY. Let’s talk about it for real!
Wonder if one individual can even make any difference for the Sustainable Development Goals of UN? Yes, one can do a lot. Read more to get inspired for doing some acts of kindness for the betterment of the world.
Why are we not in peace as humankind? Why we can’t transform our social system for better? What is holding us back?
By 2030, there are 17 sustainable development goals to be achieved. Is that possible?
I wonder what the world would look if nobody was to be born in poverty again. If every child could fulfill his or her potential instead of looking after a family farm and household, or selling on the streets...
The International Day of Eradication of Poverty is today. Please spare a moment to learn about it.
How is our relationship with food as humankind? Read more about the world’s food day by the United Nations.
Rural woman are carrying the entire household, average 4 children on their backs. Sometimes they are privileged enough to be able to manage their own farming and sell there corps. Even if their prices are significantly lower then what people pay for males for the same items...
Read more about two major issues: no poverty and woman equality.