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Rita Ora cooked burek for children in need in Albania

Rita Ora returned to her native Albania on Monday to meet the "most vulnerable children" at a community center in Tirana. The 31-year-old performer, who is a UNICEF ambassador, was born in Kosovo. She visited...

Social housing in Byzantium

The Byzantine Empire had an extensive network of social institutions supported by the state, the church, or private individuals. Already in the decisions of the First Ecumenical Council in Nicaea (4th century), the obligation...

Pope Francis took control of the Order of Malta

He abolished its previous governing bodies and appointed an interim Sovereign Council After years of controversy, Pope Francis took control of the Order of Malta today, removing its previous governing bodies and appointing an interim...

Charlotte Casiraghi, Princess Caroline, Christian Louboutin at the Rose Ball in Monaco

In Monaco, after a two-year break due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Rose Ball (Bal de la Rose) was again held - a charity evening in support of the Grace Kelly Foundation. Princess Caroline of...

Humanitarian feedback charity says abuse occurs in all types of organisations and in every country

The founder of the charity Talk To Loop, which provides an open platform for feedback on experiences of humanitarian aid, has responded to the BBC documentary and related articles about whistleblowers' experiences within the United Nations...

New support group for tinnitus sufferers in Macclesfield

A new group to support local people with tinnitus is being formed in Macclesfield. The first meeting of the DSN Cheshire East Tinnitus Support Group will take place 2.00 – 4.00pm on Thursday 7...

EU Commissioner Nikola Schmidt visited the Refugee Center in Plovdiv-Bulgaria

He was in town for the Tenth Forum of Social Economy, reports TrafficNews. The European Commissioner for Jobs and Social Rights Nikola Schmidt visited on the 20th of June the Refugee Center in Plovdiv and...

Hampshire redshank’s epic journey to Wales helps scientists understand habits of amber-list species

A study of breeding pairs of Redshank – a threatened native wading bird species – whose population is recovering in the Avon Valley in Hampshire, has shown one intrepid individual travel more than 100km...

The law can help us make parks more inclusive

Parks and public spaces don’t work for teenage girls, say campaigning charity Make Space for Girls. Up and down the country, outdoors facilities for teenagers are mostly used by boys, and girls end up...

Charity announces funny Father’s Day eCards

Charity eCard platform Hope Spring announced the launch of its Father's Day greetings card on Friday, the 9th of June. In a post on their Twitter account, the charity announced twenty new funny father’s...

Ukrainian soldier purchased Pinzgauer armored all-terrain vehicles for the Armed Forces of Ukraine

Before the war, the man was a successful businessman. APU received all-terrain vehicles / photo facebook.com/TerritorialDefenseForces A Ukrainian soldier with the call sign "Mountain" together with his partners purchased Pinzgauer armored all-terrain vehicles for the Armed...

The head of a huge charitable foundation is suspected of trafficking in humanitarian aid

“Ukrayinskaya Pravda” reported on 4 June 2022 law enforcement officers announced that they had exposed the head of a charitable organization in the Odessa region in the illegal use of humanitarian aid Details: The security...

100 endangered animal species now safely stored in UK’s living biobank

Nature’s SAFE celebrates banking 100th species in the Big Freeze Nature’s SAFE, one of Europe’s largest living biobanks for preserving endangered animal species, and home to some of the planet’s most precious natural resources, is...

The European Commission has proposed a plan to rebuild Ukraine

The European Commission has proposed the creation of a "Platform for the Recovery of Ukraine", to be led jointly by the EU and the Ukrainian authorities "The International Coordination Platform, the Platform for Reconstruction of...

Ukrainian refugees are actively leaving Bulgaria

Ukrainians who leave Bulgaria are more than those who enter the country. This was said to the Bulgarian National Radio by Mariana Tosheva, chairwoman of the State Agency for Refugees. She said there was...

Charities in Wales desperate for management support amid growing pressure on services

A new report based on a survey of over 300 charities across Wales found charities are facing a perfect storm—and it’s one we can’t afford to ignore. As the world recovers from a devastating pandemic,...

One third of social care providers forced to shut services as they face a perfect storm of workforce challenges and financial pressure

Social care providers are facing a perfect storm of workforce challenges and rising cost pressures of service delivery as they are forced to turn down admissions to services and, in severe cases, shut services...

Nottinghamshire Firefighter Named Young Person Role Model

Joint Press release (Women in the Fire Service UK & Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service) NOT FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE. Embargo date: 09.00, BST, Friday 6th May 2022 Uroosa Arshid, a Firefighter for Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue...

Companies around the world unite to agree upon conditions for Russia return

In late March, a group of high-level global advertising executives and CEOs initiated confidential talks to pursue aligning around an open letter establishing the conditions for a ‘minimum viable peace’ necessary for companies who...

Reports alleging harassing behaviour of some male MPs is shocking. And it needs men to be calling it out.

Following reports on 28 April 2022, that a male Conservative MP was watching porn in the House of Commons, Anthea Sully, the Chief Executive of White Ribbon UK, made the following statement, ‘viewing porn...

Dock2Dock unlocks the power of participant fundraising with GivenGain

Dock2Dock, the unique open water swimming event in the heart of London, is back on 3 September 2022 with an exciting new fundraising challenge! After the success of last year’s fundraising event, Dock2Dock promises...

Is the mobile phone being overlooked in the Ukrainian crisis?

There has been much written about Ukraine and what's happening but little about how important phones are in this crisis. There has been one European wide announcement but so far that hasn't translated much...

Peter smashes marathon challenge in memory of mum

39-year-old Peter Leather from Eastham, Wirral, smashed both his personal best (PB) and fundraising goal when he completed the recent Brighton marathon for the British Tinnitus Association (BTA). The BTA is the only national...

Disruptors: Women challenging the status quo in pursuit of positive societal impact

Violet Simon has launched the first series of their magbook titled ‘Disruptors’. The series touches on issues related to feminism, mental health, tackling domestic abuse and violence against women, sustainability, disability and wellness, and...

School Toolkit launched by Juvenile Arthritis Research to recognise and support children with arthritis in school.

Children get arthritis, tooEvery week, 20 families in the UK are told that their child has a condition most have never heard of – Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA). Many of these will have been...
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