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Mental Health – A Local and Global Challenge

By | October 6th, 2016|Local Actions for Global Impact, Maria Coleman|

Maria Coleman In Seán O’Casey’s play ‘Juno and the Paycock,’ Capt. Jack Boyle drunkenly slurs a classic line that seems eternally relevant; "the whole world is in a terrible state o' chassis.” Chaos, or the confusion that could lead us towards it, can seem ever-present in the distracting haze of modern life. We perform the balancing [...]

Small virtuous realities make the difference

By | September 30th, 2016|Citizen Journalist, Local Actions for Global Impact, Rosa Uliassi|

Rosa Uliassi Somebody said that the small is always a source for great enlightenment. Therefore, standing in front a controversial and chaotic contemporary world, the small virtuous realities make the difference. This is why it is worth talking about ‘Accoglienza Degna’ (Translated: Virtuous Welcome) which is a project born the last December in Bologna between [...]

The story of Emilio: how volunteering changed his life from passion into action

By | September 6th, 2016|Irene Vivas Lalinde, Local Actions for Global Impact|

Irene Vivas Lalinde When we face the toughest challenges of the society, it may seem that our small actions can hardly have great impact. However, this is not the case of Emilio Beladiez, a Spanish - young - vegan - social entrepreneur that will inspire our curious minds. It could not be otherwise, I met [...]

Local acts for the global influence

By | July 21st, 2016|Local Actions for Global Impact, Salome Lemonjava|

Salome Lemonjava I come from Georgia. It seems we have everything– beautiful nature, natural waters, victory, politics with its high doze, music and cinema, inflation and devaluation, “GEM fest” and“Check In Georgia”, which brings together the world’s most famous singers and musicians. We have wealthy people and far more poor ones.  There are LGBT rights [...]