Why Do People Decide To Adopt Stray Dogs?
This July 27 is commemorated the Day of the Street Dog, and more than a celebration, what it is about is to raise awareness so that people adopt and there are fewer animals on the streets.
The Independence of Colombia Was Forged by Women: Enrique Santos Molano
When you think about the heroines of Independence, names like Manuela Beltrán, Policarpa Salavarrieta, Antonia Santos, among others, come to mind, but the female presence during these feats was much more significant and active.
Keys to Developing Critical Thinking, a 21st-Century Skill
Since the times of influential Greek philosophers like Plato and Socrates, critical thinking has been a popular topic.
Which Benefits Bring Taking Notes by Hand?
Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience published the findings from a study that reveals the differences between taking notes by hand and with digital devices and the effects of both in memorizing and maintaining our brains active.
Positive Advertising Take Down Stereotypes in Girls
To write about the management of gender equality is to confront the conventions that are granted to people according to their sex within our society.
Why Do Men Prefer Technical Careers Compared to Women?
In technical careers, there is a predominance of men. Why might this be the case and how important are gender roles in choosing what to study?
Natural Hair, Something Bigger Than Fashion
Certain expressions about hair type may often have a discriminatory tint and are sometimes overlooked. In this note, we want to show how this affects job and educational opportunities for some ethnic groups and what we can do to alleviate this problem.
Psychasthenia or Fatigue of the Soul
If you frequently display restless behavior, experience anxiety, insecure impulsivity, have a hard time making decisions, have phobias, and are agitated all the time, you could be psychasthenic.
Gloria Steinem 2021 Princess of Asturias Award for Humanities
The American journalist, activist, and writer Gloria Steinem, an icon of the feminist movement, was recently awarded the Princess of Asturias Award for Communication and Humanities 2021.
So Much Data, So Little Understanding
More than half of the world's population is using new technologies and transforming their environment thanks to its potential to change their lives.
Essential Women in the History of Psychology
Whether you study this career or are simply passionate about the human mind, you should know some of the most important women in the history of psychology.
Challenges To Pursue a Career During the Pandemic
After more than a decade, education has once again been placed among the main themes of social and political debate.
Literature Can Also Teach Empathy
When you read to your young children, you know you're helping them develop their language skills, but did you know you're also honing their empathy skills?
Neuro-Linguistic, a Topic That Cannot Be Taken Lightly
It is very important to focus on the search for scientifically validated tools when we want to improve some aspect of our lives.
Why Is STEM-Focused Education Key to the Future of Women?
Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics -commonly known as STEM- are men dominated fields.
Trinity College Appoints the First Woman Provost
Located in Dublin and with a history of 429 years, Trinity College named its 45th Provost of the University that will be starting on August 2021.
Dance Transforms Realities, Clemencia Vargas Says How
In her organization Vive Bailando, Clemencia employs women who contribute to the education of Colombian kids who join the dream of dancing.
Safe Back-to-School Practices Schools Should Follow
One of the challenges that children have faced during this COVID-19 pandemic is home education, which influences their development.
America’s Colleges Strive for This Gifted Girl
A 9-year-old girl from Mexico has an IQ higher than that of geniuses like Albert Einstein or Stephen Hawking.
Should Our Children Go Back to School?
The COVID-19 pandemic transformed human behavior, forever changing the way we interact with each other and with our environment.
Education: Key to Promoting Health and Human Rights
Did you know that around a third of women who give birth today will face violence at the hands of their partner?
Claudia Romo Edelman, a Role Model for Future Girl Leaders
Through her diplomatic work at UNICEF, she has earned a place as a leader in the defense of the rights of girls, boys, and adolescents.
Will It Be Possible to Remove Barriers to Girls' Education?
Because of child marriage, teenage pregnancy, and the pandemic, girls are not finishing their secondary education.
Latin America and Its Female Share in Scientific Advances
Policies to support women and girls in knowledge and research are still lacking.
Children Become What They Dream of Using Technology Properly
Claudia Berbeo is convinced that technology allows an infinite world of possibilities, provided that they are used correctly.
How to Minimize The Risks to Which Adolescents are Exposed?
The lawyer Mariana Sanz, through her social work, reinforces the decision-making power of many vulnerable adolescents about their bodies.
7 Social Stereotypes that Affect Equity
Silencing women has been going on for so long that it has now become a part of our deep-rooted social conditioning.
Dream Jobs Are Far From Traditional Schemes
Many advantages can come from having a YouTube channel. For this reason, many kids consider YouTube as their dream job.
Emotional Literacy Ensures Success
Why do most Danish children grow up into well-adjusted adults? Could the answer lie in their educational practices and schemes?
The Innovative Girl Who Changes the World
Gitanjali Rao, a 15-year-old from Colorado, US, has been named Time Magazine's Kid of the Year for 2020.
The Consequences of the Pandemic in the Gender Violence
Twenty-five years have passed since the world conference in Beijing, and yet no country in the world has achieved gender equality.
Do you Know How to Detect a Sign of Domestic Violence?
Recognizing a hand signal to report domestic violence can save a woman's life
The Challenge of Homeschooling During the Coronavirus Pandemic
With coronavirus cases still high around the world, students, teachers, and parents have been forced to adapt to distance learning.
Educational Inequality: Still a Global Problem
Inequality in education is a global problem that affects from the poorest countries to the richest.
Michelle Obama's Best Advice for Young Generations
The former African American First Lady has always believed in the power of books and classrooms.
The pandemic is leaving a legacy of sad and lonely children
Many children feel fearful and lonely because they have had to trade their school environments for their homes
463 million children were left without education due to COVID19
The figure was released by UNICEF recently, just when the world's schools still do not know how to face the reopening
Women make the Most Followed and Shared Podcast in Spanish
Ashley Frangie and Lety Sahagún are the creators of "Se Regalan Dudas," one of the most successful podcasts of Latin America.
The Islamic scientist who made the world read
A Jordanian molecular scientist has socially empowered communities through reading with her "We Love Reading" foundation.
Who were the women behind man's arrival to the moon?
On Monday, February 24, Katherine Johnson died at 101. She was part of the West Area Computers, a group of key mathematicians for NASA.
5 women in science that have changed the world
We didn´t want to let February pass by without celebrating these five women, whose findings and research have changed the world.
International Day of Women and Girls in Science: why it matters
Yesterday, February 11, the International Day of Women and Girls in Science was celebrated. How much do you know about it?
All-female crew returned to earth from 'Mars'
The mission, known as Sensoria I, is part of the Sensoria project, which aims to uplift and support women in science.
Mabel Gisela Torres: Colombia's first Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation
Last week, Colombia's president Ivan Duque named scientist Mabel Gisela Torres as the minister of the newest Science, Technology, and Innovation Ministry.
Women in science are not using positive words to describe their work
According to a study published this week in the journal BMJ, women in science are less likely to describe their research as “excellent”.
What can you do in 2020 to help achieve gender parity?
Since recent research shows that we are still far from gender parity, here are a few things you can do in 2020 to help shorten the gap