Every summer for the last 20 years WYSE International has been bringing together young people from all over the world to explore their leadership potential
A UK-wide campaign to get people to cut carbon emissions has 'ignitedpublic support' and now looks to engage the rest of the developedworld, under the helm of a new director.
A profoundly deaf teenager from London has been voted winner of the Enterprising Young Brits: People's Choice Award, at a ceremony honouring the out-standing contributions of young people.
Dillon Charles, postgraduate citizen of world law is training to be a human rights lawyer. He made this moving speech at the Ubuntu congress for the Rights and Humanity Global Leaders.
Lawyer, environmentalist and endurance swimmer, Lewis Gordon Pugh has highlighed the effects of climate change in a one kilometre swim at the North Pole in waters measuring minus 1.8 centigrade.
This is the face of Julius Arile ñ the one millionth person to sign the Million Faces Petition for an International Arms Control Treaty, [...]
Eileen Caddy died on 13th December 2006, aged 89, at Findhorn. She was one of three co-founders of the Findhorn Community, along with Peter Caddy and Dorothy Maclean.
In 2006 The John Muir Trust are urging us all to join the Journey for the Wild, a collaboration of hundreds of people on an epic adventure.
Celebrating the life of Joseph Rotblat, friends and colleagues remember the life and achievements of a remarkable man.
For most of the year Simon Roberts runs his car on sunshine!
The Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT) has produced a new multimedia CD that is teaching children the science behind global warming. It demonstrates how we can cut our carbon emissions.
All over the world groups of people are beginning to reclaim power over their own destiny, inspired by great leaders such as Mahatma Gandhi, who said that: 'My work will be finished if I succeed [...]
The past 12 months have been extraordinary. The whole of the year has been balancing precariously between war and peace and we are all learning to live with uncertainty. We asked several people [...]
An estimated 29,000 people with a severe or profound learning disability live in the family home supported by a parent aged 70 or over. Many are capable of living independently but finding a home [...]
News spread like wildfire via the village pub that the new water supply would come from the fluoridated supply at Ennerdale. The villagers contacted the water company and the health authority. [...]
Psychiatrists are beginning to take account of the importance of the spiritual dimension in treating psychiatric patients. Over 500 have now joined the special interest Spirituality and [...]