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Norway envoy appreciates Iranian Red Crescent Society efforts
Norwegian Ambassador to Iran in a message praised the efforts made by Iranian Red Crescent Society for rescuing flood-stricken people.
Dutch more worried about polarized opinions in society, says study
People are increasingly worried about polarization in Dutch society, according to a report from the Netherlands Institute for Social Research (SCP).
Singapore wants self-driving cars to help its aging society
It may look like a giant robotic bug but the MooAV could be the car of the future.
Spanish cultural activist: Iranian women playing key role in society
Iranian women play important role in society despite Western media propaganda, said the project manager of DocsBarcelona international documentary film festival.
Society needs to find way to end exploitation
By Carrie Hessler-Radelet & Pradeep Khosla*
Anger we see in society is caused by hateful US media: Trump
US President Donald Trump has blamed the “hateful” mainstream media for much of the "anger" in society, after several prominent Democrats were allegedly targeted with explosive devices.
Nomophobia: How the 24/7 society fear not having a mobile phone
Getting married, starting a job or going to the dentist have long been recognized as sources of great stress.
Why do businesses and society need smart cities?
The notion of smart cities is often perceived in popular culture as what the future will look like. Unrecognizable cities where buildings reach high into the clouds, and flying cars navigate almost virtual motorways. With this also comes the often-portrayed widening of social classes and inequality; the elite residing at the very top, and the rest left on the ground – in the past.
Why society needs more troublemakers
It’s sweet to be agreeable—but what a vibrant, healthy society really needs is principled troublemakers.
Society asks more of schools than it did a generation ago
Teachers are now expected to be social workers, speech therapists and keep an eye on pupils’ health, the UK Education Secretary has suggested.
More and more French believe Islam is compatible with society
While the role of Islam in French society has long been a divisive and inflammatory topic a new study suggests people in France are now more accepting of the religion.
Women fight for a voice, space in civil society
The space for civil society organizations is shrinking around the world, with particular impacts on women activists and human rights defenders who face additional barriers due to their gender.
High growth, strong civil society must to end poverty
Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said higher growth and a vibrant civil society are necessary to alleviate poverty.

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