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Preventing One Social Evil May Mean Participating in Another

Preventing One Social Evil May Mean Participating in Another

Earlier this month, a judge ordered a woman to perform 50 hours of unpaid work, because she had been caught growing cannabis in her garden and bedroom. Although the woman claimed that she was only using her plants to help treat her emphases and to help her sleep better, the judge believed that, because she […]

The periodic table of social issues

The periodic table of social issues

Don’t worry; you’re still on the right website. This periodic table has nothing to do with physics of chemistry, but is indeed inspired by the periodic table of elements which we all learned to love (or hate) during or high school careers. Now almost-famous design studio Dorothy crated a rather intriguing piece of art which […]

Young girl challenging a social evil

Young girl challenging a social evil

Here’s another inspiring story for you folks out there. Like some of you may now, there’s a centuries old ‘tradition’ in some parts of India where children (girls) as young as 12 years old are being married to men sometimes 40 years older. In many western eyes, and some Indian eyes as well, this is […]

The power of forgiveness

The power of forgiveness

By now most of us will know or have at least heard of the Dalai Lama, the spiritual leader of the Tibetan people. His holiness visited the University of Limerick back in April 2011 to give a very inspiring and motivating speech about the subject of forgiveness. As we want to raise awareness about social […]

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Preventing One Social Evil May Mean Participating in Another

Preventing One Social Evil May Mean Participating in Another

  • 28/02/2014 08:20
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Earlier this month, a judge ordered a woman to perform 50 hours of unpaid work, because she had been caught growing cannabis in her garden and bedroom. Although the woman claimed that she was only using her plants to help treat her emphases and to help her sleep better, the judge believed that, because she […]

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The periodic table of social issues

The periodic table of social issues

  • 08/11/2013 10:10
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Don’t worry; you’re still on the right website. This periodic table has nothing to do with physics of chemistry, but is indeed inspired by the periodic table of elements which we all learned to love (or hate) during or high school careers. Now almost-famous design studio Dorothy crated a rather intriguing piece of art which […]

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Young girl challenging a social evil

Young girl challenging a social evil

  • 25/05/2013 10:00
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Here’s another inspiring story for you folks out there. Like some of you may now, there’s a centuries old ‘tradition’ in some parts of India where children (girls) as young as 12 years old are being married to men sometimes 40 years older. In many western eyes, and some Indian eyes as well, this is […]

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The power of forgiveness

The power of forgiveness

  • 23/03/2013 09:47
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By now most of us will know or have at least heard of the Dalai Lama, the spiritual leader of the Tibetan people. His holiness visited the University of Limerick back in April 2011 to give a very inspiring and motivating speech about the subject of forgiveness. As we want to raise awareness about social […]