Ani Choying Drolma: Breaking stereotypes
Gifted with a soulful voice, Ani Choying Drolma widely known as the Singing Nun travels the world, performing live shows of modern spiritual songs. These are mainly Buddhist chants, prayers and inspirational songs about compassion, hope and sharing in Nepali and Tibetan languages. It helps her raise funds for her […]
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20 Revolutionary Men
Look at any TV report about a business forum in Macedonia, a chamber of industry and commerce convention, a government session, a high level political meeting or a conference of municipal mayors* – and what do you see? You see that there are almost no women there! Then listen to […]
What will our children think about gender?
Whether there is a desired role for women in a specific society or not, social exaggeration is always possible. Below, I’d like to give two examples from Northern and Central Europe of how the mark can be overstepped. “Equality, reflection drawing for kids” – photo by Min stemme on […]
India’s Great Hope is its Culture of Innovation
No government nor any Corporates will lead India to prosperity. It will be the innovative streak of ‘aam aadmi’ (common man) of India that will create businesses and prosperity.
Lets celebrate Earth Day!
Years of mindless exploitation have led to global warming and climate change with their natural calamities and chronic pollution. We are all responsible for not having made prudent and conscious use of our valuable natural resources. India is not far behind when it comes to environmental problems like pollution resulting […]