My husband and I laughed in the face of his cancer – now we’re encouraging others to do the same
How tech can bring better health outcomes to Europe’s refugees and migrants
The first year of marriage brings with it many revelations. There’s the moment when you look at the love of your life and wonder how come you hadn’t realised until now that they were this annoying. When you discover they don’t know what ‘clean’ means. And that, surprisingly, there are no limits to just how petty and passive aggressive you can be when the moment truly calls for it. Now, throw cancer into the mix and welcome to our life.
Is your app really the best way to help refugees?
The European migrant crisis dominated the news headlines with haunting images of asylum seekers struggling to make their way to Europe in search of a better life.
5 common themes that emerged from #HIP2015
Ever since the Syrian refugee crisis has come to the world’s attention, coders, designers and other professionals of the technology sector have jumped in to help with countless new apps, websites and smart devices.
Having been to the first conference last year, I see this event almost like group therapy for professionals working at the nexus of humanitarian affairs and innovation. As a community, we have a lot of problems opportunities, and HIP is that safe space where we get to connect with and learn from one another.