We have various hypotheses about the possible benefits of these trips - in time we'll try to research and prove them but in the meantime it's my personal belief that travel can have a transformative effect, that it can foster a greater understanding of other cultures and to open our eyes to the possibilities in the world.
Sub-Saharan Africa - a region encompassing dozens of countries, over 850 million people and thousands of languages. However
Today marks the start of a new era for responsible tourism. Today at Responsible Travel we re-launch our website and go head
Technology innovation hubs have sprung up across Africa. These spaces provide tailored support to their communities and create a collaborative environment which can spark innovation, stimulate economic growth and help them tackle societal challenges in novel ways.
Feeding a growing global population of nine billion people by 2050 is one of the world's biggest challenges--especially in the context of rapid urbanisation, rising amounts of food waste and climate change. During one day of discussions senior executives from agribusiness, policymaking and the NGO community examined approaches to food and nutrition security.
Lizzie Rivera finds lasting value in creative encounters. An interactive theatre performance about river system management
The effects of climate change and the depletion of natural resources is becoming ever-more apparent in the UK and around the world: flash floods have destroyed homes; farming and crops have been affected; transport services have caused chaos with sudden cancellations and closures.
At first sight, Unilever and The Guardian look like an unlikely pair of bedfellows; the former is a giant multinational and the latter is a left-leaning, independent-minded UK newspaper publisher...
There is considerable potential for social enterprises in India to foster change, but the problem has always been for such projects to sustain themselves commercially. This is compounded by a cultural hesitation to discuss money matters...
With their eye on the next generation, family businesses are primed to address key commercial challenges, finds Anna Simpson