Tag: Wellbeing

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‘We meet them on the beach with tea’: 11 projects helping refugees in the UK Whether it's greeting refugees with a cuppa or training them as beekeepers, these projects provide a warm welcome Lifestyle Society
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Refill shops: the once-niche trend that’s going mainstream The UK now has hundreds of refill shops, helping people reduce packaging. Now supermarkets are getting in on the act Economics Environment Lifestyle Society
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The best cities for work-life balance, according to researchers Generous holiday allowance, parental leave and mental health support for workers helped Oslo top the ranking Society Wellbeing
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Five powerful ways to take action against period poverty Inflation is exacerbating period poverty. Here are five things that you can do, from buying a menstrual cup to lobbying Written in partnership with Intimina
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‘Without it, I might be dead’: the garden that saves lives People in Rio are digging deep to create the world’s largest urban garden. As well as feeding families, the project brings other benefits Agriculture Environment Food Society
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Just what the doctor ordered: five unusual social prescribing projects Doctors are increasingly prescribing activities to help boost public health. Here are some of the more unusual prescriptions Health Society Wellbeing
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