Who is paying the price?

The baobab tree is one of the most majestic trees on earth. Capable of living for thousands of years, these trees can grow as wide as a bus is long and hold up to 120,000 litres of water in their trunks and they predate both humankind and the splitting of continents. So why is it that they are now struggling to survive?

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Have you looked behind the labels?

This weekend sees the first ever TED conference inside a refugee camp, being held at Kakuma Camp in Kenya, This conference aims to offer a different lens into the reality of life as a refugee, away from the images of devastation and suffering, and towards stories of resilience, of contribution, of creativity.

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What is faith?

This is just one of the questions that we are asking in our module on Faith? So what do you think it means? What does it mean to "have faith"? Does this always need to be a religious idea? What does it mean if you have no faith?

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Why do we eat what we eat?

Have you ever wondered why we eat in the way that we do? And where are food habits have come from? And what our food habits are doing to our evolution?
Take a look at this short introduction to The Story of Food to kick-start some thinking on this topic:

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What makes us feel at 'home'?

This was one of the questions discussed by ThoughtBox during an event at Dartington's Centre for Social Justice & Innovation when exploring how to support refugees coming into our communities. So what do you think makes something feel like 'home'?

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