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5 Dec 2023
Don’t Let Mediocrity Sabotage Your Team
Position yourself as an underdog for continuous improvement, setting high benchmarks to stretch abilities and avoid mediocrity.
2 Dec 2023
The No. 1 simple phrase successful people use—that most are afraid to say: Psychology expert
Admitting you were wrong can be tough, but it's seen as a sign of intelligence, communal spirit, and friendliness.
1 Dec 2023
Finland draws line in Arctic snow, closing entire border with Russia as it alleges threat to national security
The drastic action was taken in a bid to halt the flow of asylum seekers to the Nordic nation.
30 Nov 2023
Fighting gender-based violence door-to-door with support of Ugandan men
Through the Spotlight Initiative run by the UN Population Fund (UNFPA), Ugandan men are training to help reduce gender-based violence in their communities.
29 Nov 2023
Pacific women are among the most vulnerable to extreme weather. These women are taking leadership to voice solutions
Various Pacific Island Women’s groups finding solutions to climate change related problems
26 Nov 2023
Births in China slide 10% to hit their lowest on record
The drop comes despite government efforts to support parents, and amid increasing alarm the country is becoming demographically imbalanced.
25 Nov 2023
How to get better at hearing constructive criticism
Although it can be uncomfortable receiving constructive criticism, it’s also what helps us grow and improve.
25 Nov 2023
Australia makes its mark on gender security
Australia has become the first non-NATO country to be admitted to the Nordic Centre for Gender in Militrary Operations (NCGMC) as a partner nation.
24 Nov 2023
China, once an unstoppable economic powerhouse, has hit a wall
The roots of China’s economic ascent can be traced back to 1978, when the nation first opened its doors to foreign businesses.
23 Nov 2023
Japan’s New Cabinet Has a Record Number of Women. So What?
Japan’s recently reshuffled parliament has 5 women out of 19 ministers; however this has not represented an overall improvement in women’s positions within the Government.