The ancient Greeks saw the world to be secular and rationalistic from their point of view and even had liberal arts education system for their citizens. This promoted the idea of free enquiry and showed they preferred knowledge compared to faith. With only a limited
“I cannot breathe, I cannot breathe
Is it right to kill those who feed us? Is it right to ruin the lives of those who produce our food? Is it right to be unjust to those who work hard every day?
India’s economy is improving at a rapid rate due to industrial
Being born and raised in rural Suffolk has meant that I have taken the country path rather than the urban route. From nature walks at school, to doing the RSPB's Garden Birdwatch each year with my Grandad, wildlife has been a huge part of my
When I read the words ‘child’ and ‘marriage’ together in any context, I am automatically stunned - mainly due to the fact that our society is deemed to be ‘modern’. Yet as I found myself watching BBC’s “Married at 15: America’s child brides” The truth
It is, to me anyway, week 75234 of lockdown. The ice cream has gone from the freezer and I can barely remember what some of my friends look like. But, finally, it appears as though the peak of the pandemic is over, and the government