Remembering our friend Mohammad Asadi Lari who perished on flight PS752
Honouring his passion for youth and STEM education
We foster spaces for interdisciplinary learning and collaboration while empowering the voice of our youth.
We have mobilized 1,500+ youth through design lab workshops, case competitions and thought-provoking discussions with 60+ British Columbia leaders in advocacy, policy, business, sustainability and innovation.
Editorial: Food – A Basic Human Right, Both Abroad and At Home
If you have been keeping up with current global news, particularly when it comes to poorer countries and countries in conflict, then you may have learned that food security is part of the conversation, whether it is a factor driving conflict or migration, or a result of them.But what is food security? At first glance, it seems…
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Editorial: Is our love for “superfoods” more destructive than we think?
In Western countries, it has become commonplace or even trendy to consume so-called “superfoods” that developing countries produce and export. They sit on shelves in nearly every grocery store and their health benefits are well known to consumers. In particular, Western demand for grains such as quinoa and teff have exploded in recent years. But why?…
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The digitalization of South Korea’s education
Digital textbooks and e-learning resources have been steadily on the rise and becoming increasingly widespread, despite the heavy debates surrounding its implementation into traditional education. As conventional learning materials are replaced by tablets and other smart devices, the future of digitalization and educational technology becomes prevalent and fast-approaching. One country that is demonstrating the all-pervasiveness…
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Editorial: “Conflict mineral” only the tip of the iceberg in DR Congo conflict
In recent decades, the world has become increasingly interconnected not only through the trade of goods across borders, but also the migrations of people, technologies and ideas. Today, billions of people own cell phones, from teenagers in rich industrialized countries to farmers in rural Africa. In fact, the mobile phone has become so commonplace that…
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