culture (general)

Sustainable eating involves eating food that’s good for you, good for the planet and good for your community.

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Choosing foods that are good for us, good for the planet, accessible and affordable is a complex problem to solve. But luckily, research can help.

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Treatment for disordered eating should be informed by personal identity struggles that are deeply embedded in specific social, political and economic contexts.

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Museums that claim to be encyclopaedic have promoted travelling exhibitions, loans and digital repatriation as alternatives to returning cultural property.

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Designing museums for people with disabilities is a critical step towards democratising the arts and challenging power relations within museums.

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International Museum Day provides an opportunity to think about whose stories are told and whose are left out when we commemorate the past.

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Museums in former colonial powers face challenges in calls for decolonising their collections, but the issue acquires a different hue in India.

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For museums to be truly inclusive, decolonised and spaces of education and research requires a rethinking of power relations and learning from past lessons.

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Cinematic fiction has become the convenient way of ‘correcting’ historical frictions, especially where facts are inconvenient

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Western-centric femvertising can provoke uneasiness and controversies in non-Western markets. Understanding local culture and collaboration are crucial.

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Unproven weight loss products and social media hype mislead women. Why is it so easy to fall for it?

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