The widespread use of endocrine disrupting chemicals in everyday products is not without risk. Hormone-related diseases increase. What actions can we take as consumers and professionals? This was a theme of discussion during several meetings organised by Initiatives of Change Netherlands.
Behind our salads and cheap painkillers, our sunscreen and microwaved pasta, hides a whole range of moral challenges. Professionals and consumers discussed these challenges in the week leading up to World Food Day on 16 October, during a series of activities organised by Initiatives of Change Netherlands.
The Life Matters Course - developed in Australia to help young adults ‘shape a path and purpose for living’ – is now being presented around Asia. From 12-21 May, the third such course in Asia took place in Pagadian, in the troubled province of Mindanao, Philippines.