The Importance of Self-Care in our own Self-Development

Over the past few years, the perception of wellness has shifted from a focus on physical health to a holistic approach that includes both psychological and physical well-being. Notably, the term “self-care” has been widely used. It is important to note that wellness carries different meanings to not only different cultures, but even individuals within […]

Culture & Religion Health

Effective Cyclical Sanitation for Girls Need Loud Voices, Not Silenced Periods

Sanitation and development are intersectional topics that are widely recognized and discussed– except for a particular topic which halts girls and women’s daily routine. Every month, a girl somewhere around the world will miss school, be psychologically distressed, socially excluded all because of a natural body function: the menstruation cycle. According to UNICEF, one in […]


The Homeless Youth Crisis in Canada is Exploding

“Youth are often identified as leaders of this generation, the hidden gems to bring new ideas and revolutions for our society and planet.”

Environment & Climate Change Health

Food for Value: Ethics and Sustainability

Climate change is a hot topic. Food is also a trendy topic, whether the next new food trend is taking over the social media feed, or the health conscious eaters are researching the next super food. Sustainability and food consumption is often discussed for its correlation. Understanding that there’s an upcoming mass food shortages and […]

Environment & Climate Change World Politics & Affairs

The United Nations and a Move Towards Sustainable Development

The high-level scene: a strategic answer for global sustainability? With less than 5000 days left to achieve the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030, the High-Level Political Forum (HLPF) took place in New York from July 10 to July 19, “convened under the auspices of the Economic and Social Council.” The theme for […]