What does the UK’s net zero plan entail? The UK’s Net-Zero Plan aims to reduce… Read More »UK’s Net Zero Plan: What’s Wrong With It?
Based in Colombo, Sahani is an Assistant Researcher at Thrive who is passionate about sustainability and works in the field of human rights. She earned her Master's degree in Sustainable Management from the University of Bedfordshire and has a Bachelor's degree in Business Management and Marketing.
Introduction Social and emotional development in children has garnered significant attention in the recent years.… Read More »The Importance Of Social And Emotional Development In Children
You might be under the impression that slavery is a thing of the past. However,… Read More »Slavery In the Modern World: A Complex Global Issue
Black market organ trafficking across the globe is a subtle but deadly threat. It is rapidly… Read More »Illicit Trade: Black Market Organ Trafficking
Decolonisation and human rights are inextricably linked. Colonial powers have often imposed systems of power… Read More »The Necessary Decolonisation Of Human Rights
Global population growth rates affect every element of collective human well-being, from the management of… Read More »The Effect of Population Growth Rates on Human Wellbeing
One the main reasons people choose to migrate is economic. Migration represents a vital pathway… Read More »The Reasons People Migrate: It Isn’t Always About Poverty
The facts on food waste point to a major global problem. Every year 1.3 billion… Read More »The Facts on Food Waste: What The Statistics Tell Us
The rate of global population growth has consequences for the planet’s resources. Food, water, shelter,… Read More »Is The Rate of Global Population Growth Unsustainable?