All posts by Kate Golenkova

Wafia Al-Rikabi: “We’re Human And I Think That’s Worth Celebrating”

Wafia Al-Rikabi was born in Netherland in Arab and Dutch family and now based in Australia. She escaped from Syrian Refugee Crisis and had globalized upbringing, all of this help create her outstanding music style.

/ October 5, 2017

Gang, Parties And Violence: Reflecting Illegal Street Races In Dominican Republic

The true story of the street racer’s life, which doesn’t look romantic and like in feature films. A young french director Aurélien Heilbronn made the film Street Racers about illegal racers in Dominican Republic.

/ September 18, 2017

Social Venture Competitions Any Changemaker Should Check

Social entrepreneurs experienced or identified environmental, economic, cultural problem and have an idea how to solve it. One important thing: social entrepreneurs become business leaders and stakeholders. So, many organisations provide for them support, advice, resources and funding.

/ September 4, 2017

Killing Cancer: 10 Documentaries That Show Another Side Of The Disease

It is estimated that among people born after 1960 every second man and every third woman will have cancer. Nowadays there are several tracks: wait when official medicine will have all approvals of new discover or try “another drugs”. Films below about all these methods of...

/ September 4, 2017

Digital Activism School: Young Creatives With Disabilities Who Make The World Stunning

One billion people, or 15% of the global total, experience some form of disability or health issues. They are more vulnerable for external difficulties. Despite on this, disabled young creators fight for better reality.

/ August 28, 2017