Segovia—On September 17, the Debate Club hosted their kick-off event in order to explain their new structure for this 2018-2019 academic year. As a way to interact and discover the debate skills of the future members, the Club decided to have an informal open floor debate on the topic of “Are Stereotypes Unfairly Stereotyped?” Certainly, it is a highly controversial topic open to discussion, but above all, familiar to everyone due to the international background at IE.
When thinking about entrepreneurship and starting our own business, we tend to reduce this idea to solely profit-making business models. But business solutions are also necessary to solve major world issues, such as poverty, access to education or even resource depletion. Here, we offer 5 tips to start your social business!
I am writing this article not because I have firsthand experience of growing up in a rural African environment but because I was privileged enough to be raised by individuals who grew up in a rural setting. I say privileged because despite my urban, modern, developed background, I have benefited tremendously from my parents' rural upbringing and today thrive off of this diversified experience.
Mohammed Hadid, Mario Testino, Steve Wynn and James Franco are only few of the distinguished public personalities who have been accused of sexual assault in the past year. After the #TimesUp campaign at the Golden Globes, allegations against big personalities of different industries have emerged, opening up what seems to be a never-ending list of demeaning cases.