Food Fatigue

Families are fed up with their dinners as over four fifths of UK parents are experiencing ‘meal fatigue’ 53% of parents struggle to prepare a meal that the entire family will enjoy 26% find it challenging to create a meal that is both healthy and affordable Why we are ditching TV dinners in favour of…

Holiday village is perfect prescription for pandemic blues

If you are among the many who are utterly depressed by the ongoing pandemic and its impact in Belgium, there’s a place at the gateway to the Ardennes that might prove just the tonic. Certainly, Les Lacs de l’Eau d’Heure is just the prescription for the coronavirus blues. History buffs might actually already be familiar…

Rally of Hope Reaches 320m With Message of Peace

Rally of Hope

Nearly two million people worldwide registered for the 5th Rally of Hope, with viewers reaching 320 million people on more than 400 digital platforms. UPF co-founder Dr. Hak Ja Han Moon shared an inspiring message of hope in her Founder’s Address, as speakers focused on key global issues—like COVID-19, race relations, poverty, and inequality—under the theme “Building Partnerships for Peace based on Interdependence, Mutual…

Winter Olympics: Call for China to Improve Human Rights

Winter Olympics

 International human rights organisations are urging states and athletes to condition their participation in the February 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics on specific improvements in China’s human rights practices. “Decisions about participation should not only be punitive, but also constructive,” according to Dr. Jianli Yang, a leading Chinese dissident and president of the Washington DC-based Citizen Power Initiatives for…

Sharing is Caring?

When it comes to our partners, there are a lot of boundaries we willingly cross especially with hygiene. But how far are some of us willing to go and how aware are we of the potential health risks they pose?  Interested in finding out, End of Tenancy Cleaning London  surveyed 4,330 couples on their hygiene…

Boris Johnson: The Gambler

They say a truly historic prime ministerial term in office is marked by the incumbent having an “ism” after their name. Of course, we had Thatcherism, then Blairism but whether such an “accolade” can be afforded to the present tenant on No.10 is another thing altogether. Certainly, Boris Johnson brought the sort of “baggage” to…

Marketing Manchester

The world may still be gripped by a health pandemic but that has not stopped go ahead tourism chiefs in Britain’s 2nd City from looking beyond the coronavirus crisis. Marketing Manchester, the organisation that promotes Greater Manchester on the national and international stage and incorporates the tourism board and official website Visit Manchester, has revealed…

A Winter Scottish Beach Holiday

Winter is a wonderful time to visit Scotland, and offers the perfect soft and clear light to photograph the landscape and enhance its colours. There are fewer tourists at this time of year; it is a pleasure to walk in the rolling farmland and hills, and to enjoy the unspoilt beaches and coastal scenery. Classic…

The Zohar

The Festival of Chanukah (however you spell it in English) in addition to its historical origins, is also a celebration of the long mystical tradition in Judaism, writes Jeremy Rosen. Nothing symbolizes mysticism in Judaism today more than the book called The Zohar (Bright Light). It has become the most significant text, in terms of…