Greece Through The Eyes Of The Homeless

“A homeless woman was given a camera and asked to document life on the streets of Athens.” As Matina Pashali closed the door to her home behind her, she tried not to cry. She was in her early 50s – and homeless. Carrying a suitcase that held all of her belongings, she began to walk.… Read More

Why Aren’t Men In Their 30s Pressured To Have Kids? The Answer Isn’t Biological …

“Over the weekend women in their 20s were again under pressure to conceive. But this debate isn’t about fertility so much as an outdated social conservatism”   ere is an assertion with which you will be familiar. After 30, women’s fertility falls drastically. Their chances of conceiving naturally plummet, and they are left relying on… Read More

The Waris Dirie Story

My family was a tribe of herdsmen in the Somalian desert. And as a child, the freedom I had to experience nature’s sights, sounds and smells was pure joy. We watched lions baking in the sun. We ran with giraffes, zebras and foxes. We chased hyraxes—rabbit-size animals—through the sand. I was so happy. Gradually, those… Read More

Dr Kartar Lalvani Has Turned Vitabiotics Into A Market Leader

“A better pill to swallow” After years of slow and steady growth, Dr Kartar Lalvani has turned Vitabiotics into a market leader. He tells us how… When Dr Kartar Lalvani founded Vitabiotics in London in 1971, it was the UK’s only specialist vitamin supplement company. Today, the company produces a range of well-known brands, including… Read More

SYRIA CAMPAIGN FILM

  “Warning: You will not be able to forget this 90-second video… No one-second-a-day video you’ve ever seen, or are likely to see, will have the impact of this ad…” After three years of conflict in Syria, international attention about the issue had waned. The devastating humanitarian crisis engulfing Syria’s children was being ignored. Save… Read More