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Universal Declaration Of Human Rights
Universal Declaration Of Human Rights
Now more than ever, human rights are something everyone should be aware of and abide by. The Universal Declaration Of Human Rights (UDHR) as we know it were drafted in 1948, and became a milestone document when it comes to the rights of everyone in the world.
Coping With Stress and COVID-19
Coping With Stress and COVID-19
Its clear that COVID-19 has had a huge impact on everyone’s lives. With the different changes everyone has had to adopt in their daily lives, and an increased awareness of how illness spreads, it’s easy to see that COVID-19 has increased stress in your daily life drastically. Here’s how to cope with stress that’s related to the virus, and still stay safe.
The History of Coming Out
The History of Coming Out
On October 11, we celebrate National Coming Out Day, a movement started in 1988 in order to encourage LGBTQ+ visibility and emphasize the power this has on politics. Rob Eichberg and Jean O’Leary decided there should be a day to celebrate coming out and chose the anniversary of a second march on Washington where half a million marched for Lesbian and Gay Rights as the date to mark it.
10 Ways To Talk About Race And Racial Justice
10 Ways To Talk About Race And Racial Justice
While the majority of people out there will know that racial justice is important, they may not know why it needs to be spoken about, or how it should work. If you’re looking to educate others on race, then it’s important to know how to tackle these issues. Here are some of the best ways to handle race and racial justice, and educate others.
Insights from research on Yoga's effectiveness for managing anxiety and depression
Insights from research on Yoga's effectiveness for managing anxiety and depression
Numerous evaluations of diverse yoga techniques indicate that they have the potential to alleviate the effects of intensified stress responses, and they may offer benefits for both anxiety and depression.