On a quest for a ‘pure’ gaze on the world, the Sensory Ethnography Laboratory at Harvard University has produced some of the most interesting documentaries in recent years.
Keep playing and injustice will pass you by. The ‘collective and democratic music’ experiment turns 40.
The UN high commission for refugees and the Swedish firm Ikea have joined forces to come up with something better than a tent for those who, following some disaster or other, have to leave their homes.
The expression ‘differently able’ is not only politically correct, it’s also true…
The weak always foot the bill. In the United Kingdom the worst hit by the endless economic and social crises are the young.
“What is the most important resource on the planet?” This was the question East asked of four young Europeans with a passion for the environment. They answered through their observation of the world, by letting their experience of life shine through and by questioning their own thoughts. Looking into the future.
‘Stealth’ snowmobiles and dragon ships: a future conflict on the Artic ice is in the planning stages while diplomats already wage a war of words.
With eight of the highest peak s on the planet, Nepal is ever y climber’s Valhalla. Pity its many gushing rivers exer t an equally fatal att raction on dam builders.
It’s over. Finally, the eurozone has exited the longest and worst recession since the Great Depression of the ’30s. But who should take the credit for ushering the 17-country bloc out of economic darkness?