Mother’s Day

We might perceive Mother’s Day as a modern phenomenon, but celebrations of mothers and motherhood itself actually go back many years. Mother’s day origin dates back to the age of Ancient Romans and the Greek. Over two millennia ago, the Greek dedicated this day to maternal goddesses that were held in the annual festival during […]

Nature for Water: 25th Year of World Water Day

Water is a vital part of life and it deserves to be used properly by every single living being on planet. Every year on 22nd of March, World Water Day is celebrated all around the world to create awareness about the importance of water. This year, this date has an extra significancy, since it is […]

International Mother Language Day

In 1999, UNESCO declared the 21st of February as the International Mother Language Day in tribute to the students and political activists that formed the political movement, known as the Language Movement. The movement was developed in East Bengal, known today as Bangladesh, advocating the recognition of the Bengali language as an official language of […]

G20 Hamburg 2017 – A late summup

Did you know that some time ago the G20 in Hamburg happened? Well if you didn’t here’s a good way to catch up with what happened during the meeting between the 20 biggest economic powers of the world. Born in 1999 as an international forum for the governments and the central bank governor to discuss […]

Civil March For Aleppo was compassion, hope and love between humans

The words of Anna Alboth in December of 2016 created an huge international movement for peace, the Civil March for Aleppo I don’t want just to stand for Aleppo. I want to go to Aleppo (Anna Alboth). To show their solidarity with war victims and to share the peace message. During the journey, more than 3000 people […]