In this article, we talk about why diversity is important, both within business and the world at large. We also talk about how you can learn more about other people’s cultures in a productive and respectful way.
There has been a lot of buzz over the last few years about how we can improve community safety and well-being without always being so dependent on our police services, and other levels of government. All too often the answers are staring us right in the face. One of the solutions is improving our surroundings, in other words our built environment and Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED) is a game-changer.
Last month, we traveled to Edmonton to give a one-day workshop to a group of participants attending the annual conference of the Alberta Community Crime Prevention Association (ACCPA). The topic of our workshop was the practice of Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) in rural communities. Since there’s barely enough time in a one-day workshop […]
Those falling at the wrong end of the poverty curve live difficult lives. But every day, more of them find it easier and easier to meet their basic needs, and that’s something to feel hopeful about.
Yet, the inflexibility within people’s hearts and minds seems so sadly similar to today. Like so many artists before him, he’s paid a deep price for his art.
I thank you for making it more like home, a place where our children feel happy and safe. Where they’re free to discover, to inquire and to learn new things each day as their lunch supervisor shows up out of breath and panting, just making it ahead of the bell, ready to greet her class with a smile and hugs.
If you are still intent on flying this summer, you should be ready for a delay. Here are five tips to keep you mentally and physically prepared for a hectic travel day.
But now, according to the popular blog, Vlogbrothers, there’s a new reality to despair about: “the Sad Gap.” …This is where “our outrage meets up with our hopefulness.”
As they navigate their coming teenage, young adult, and adult years, today’s young people can greatly benefit from having more support available to them than others might have needed in the past. One excellent way of accessing that kind of support is through finding role models.
The digital divide is a term that’s used to describe the disparity between those with access to the internet and other forms of digital technology and those without it. You can make an impact and do your part to help others and bridge the digital divide. Whether it’s supporting helpful legislation or spreading the word in your community, you have the power to make a difference and help find a solution to the problem.