social commitment

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  • Technology has revolutionised the way we consume, interact and stay informed. However, it can also be useful for solving social and environmental problems. We know it as social technology and it is helping us meet the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

    We share cars to travel and also a house to live in as well. Cohousing or collaborative living, a concept prior to the era of sharing, is a horizontal property management model, non-speculative, sustainable and popular in the US or Nordic countries where people live in a community and share areas and basic services.

  • Sandra Sánchez is the best female karateka in history in the kata discipline. To achieve this, she had to work hard and overcome countless negatives. Despite everything, she avoids the word 'sacrifice' because karate is what she loves to do. We invite you to know her more closely.

    Social norms, prejudices and expectations limit women's interests and determine their life choices from the earliest stages. Only 35% of women choose science-related degrees. Is there a solution? For many experts, the answer lies in promoting STEM education.

  • The Iberdrola group has renewed in 2019 the agreement it signed in 2016 to become the main driver behind the Universo Mujer program, the most ambitious plan to encourage and develop women's sport in Spain. Through this agreement, the company supports 16 federations.

    Psychologists, psychiatrists and experts from Silicon Valley are warning that social networks use can be addictive and its consequences the same as those of any other addiction: anxiety, dependence, irritability, lack of self-control, etc. Faced by this prospect, people are increasingly asking: are social networks a real problem?