EMIS Packing Guide – Back and Better Than Ever

Dear DP1s, Time is flying and the reality that you're about to leave home and move abroad is beginning to hit. If you’re anything like we were, your nerves will be building, you’ll be packing and unpacking your bags, and looking at your flight tickets daily, trying to check and double check that you're really... Continue Reading →

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To Be Alive: The Reality of Cancer and Alternative Treatment Plans

-James “Rhio” O’Conner Memorial Scholarship Essay- To Be Alive The Reality of Cancer and Alternative Treatment Plans No matter how much we may try to ignore it, no matter the means of distraction we employ, cancer is the silent killer that lies at the heart of internal suffering within many of us. Uninvited, cancer enters one’s... Continue Reading →

Healthcare Initiative Brings Hope to Nepal

Swekshya Neupane was the winner of this year’s YouthTime Global Forum with her project titled “Health for Women Community Leaders in Nepal”. This ambitious, young woman recently graduated from medical school in Nepal and has decided to use her skills to better the health of many throughout the disaster struck region. Since the devastating earthquakes,... Continue Reading →

The 2015 YouthTime Global Forum; a Platform for Youth Empowerment and Social Innovation

Four days, an abundance of fresh ideas, a cohort of socially motivated young people, a panel of experts and a bundle of generous awards. These are the ingredients forming the base of the YouthTime Global Forum that took place in Spain from the 28th-31st this October. The YouthTime Global Forum was an event organised by... Continue Reading →

Leather for Vegans

Who is a vegan? Who dictates what veganism is? For me, veganism is all about being just and valuing life. Yes, animal life is important. But the whole of life (including humans) is more important than only one of its parts. Life must be in balance, and human behavior is threatening it. Currently, veganism is... Continue Reading →

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