In these times of hyper connectivity it can be easy to take for granted our ability to travel to the other side of the world for conferences or creative projects. Being grounded doesn’t mean that all these connections need to be put on hold but it is perhaps a time to rethink the way we work and collaborate.
Is it possible to think through this major upheaval of our lives through our everyday things? This creative prompt considers the everyday things that help us find balance in times of social isolation.
Although disturbance and change are part of the natural cycle, with the effects of climate change this is now happening on an unprecedented scale, forever changing the environment in which we live. How can we learn to live in increasingly unstable environments?
What's so special about Chiangmai? This article thinks about some of the things that make this northern Thai town a place to return to.
Acid attack is an issue commonly associated with South Asia, however reports show this is a global phenomenon that overwhelmingly impacts women, and too often these attacks go unreported and unpunished.
In September 2019 the Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) published Creative Responses to Sustainability: Green Guide for Spain, a publication of 25 organisations that appeal for wide cultural change, calling for communities to live with more care for their environment.