We’ve highlighted below some of the most recent reports in youth-related news and events. In this week's Friday news summary, we speak about the rise of pirate websites where academic papers can be downloaded, Australian government’s promise to invest AU$135 million in regional universities and Malaysian government’s plan to attract foreign universities.
Plastic – separately, paper – separately, old clothes – and then off to the second-hand. Classifying garbage before throwing anything away has already become a common practice. But what to do when you clean out the first-aid kit? Where should expired pills, sprays,or a broken mercury thermometer end up,and why? And how does this get handled for example in the Czech Republic?
We’ve highlighted below some of the most recent reports in youth-related news and events. In this week's Friday news summary, we speak about tuition weaver in Liberia and students’ dissatisfaction, Malaysian Prime Minister’s idea that Japan should set up more universities in the country and the UK universities that want to call time on handwriting.
Not bad at all, endowing oneself with and being known by such highfaluting and pretentious titles. Known as the Sun King and Great, Louis XIV of France was the longest reigning monarch ever. Continuing with our series revealing the skeletons in the closets of monarchy let’s delve a little into some aspects of the life of this Sun King.
Graz. This beautiful city is one more on the list of the UNESCO world heritage sites. A world heritage site is generally defined as “ a landmark or area which is selected by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization(UNESCO) as having cultural, historical, scientific or other form of significance, and is legally protected by international treaties. The sites are judged important to the collective interests of humanity.”
The importance of vitamin D is indisputable. The simplest and the most serious health issues may originate with a lack of vitamin D. Our grandmothers knew about this quite naturally and also understood the symptoms of lack of vitamin D; and yet, the knowledge got lost somewhere. Not only do we no longer benefit from this fundamental wisdom, but when we want to check up on our vitamin D level, we may hit a brick wall.