In the article 'As well or better than humans': Automation set for big promotions in white-collar job market, written by Angela Hennessy on Feb 28, 2017 and taken from CBC News, are details the issues that Canadian workers will face as intelligent programs and automated robots take over the industry.
Women all around the world are shamed for having abortions. whether it be because they have been raped, or simply don't want a child. there is an organization named WRRAP (Women’s Reproductive Rights Assistance Project) that encourages women to do what THEY want to do. They are constantly in the need of volunteers as well. Click here if you would like to volunteer and make a difference for one woman, to know she has people encouraging her to do what she thinks is right.
Submitted by Mattevan on February 28, 2017 - 10:51am
The world may seem flawless on hot sunny days spent at the beach, however, whether it’s hard to believe or not, there is an abundance of issues that are occurring in this very moment. One of these serious problems is unemployment. Unemployment is the phenomenon of an individual who is currently out of work. For those who are unemployed, experiencing this crisis may cause them numerous personal problems. Unemployment can also damage a society.
The Italian luxury fashion brand Versace made an ad campaign back in spring 2016 showing men and women dressed in the season’s new clothing products and accessories. On this picture, there are three women in the front and a man in the back. Their clothing style is very different: the women are wearing clothes that is very showy, while the man is dressed in full black suit.
The purpose of politics is and always has been to organize the way a country is run and how power is distributed in a society. But so much power often correlates with corruption, which Harvard political scientist Joseph Nye defines as “behavior that deviates from the formal duties of a public role (elective or appointive) because of private-regarding (personal, close family, private clique) wealth or status gains; or violates rules against the exercise of certain types of private-regarding influence” (Basu and Fritzen).
Throughout the past decade, the terms like “social enterprise” or “triple bottom line” have gained steam in the world of business buzz words. With the emergence of globalization and transparency, consumer expectations have risen to the point that companies must generate value beyond profit to remain competitive. Indeed, companies have begun to acknowledge the importance of maintaining a positive social or environmental footprint to keep consumers content.