Youth Depression Statistics – Living in Depression

The worst mental well being in the world is held by British millennials. Youth depression statistics suggest that in the UK the levels of stress and anxiety in young people are one of the poorest in the world. Depression is a mental illness that causes a persistent feeling of sadness and loss of interest in […]

Unemployment Depression – Symptoms, Cause and Effect

Living in the depression era The loss of the workplace is lived and developed very personally by the individual, despite its social origin and a quick relationship. Long-term unemployment depression is a social cause trauma, so first and foremost the self-help groups supervised by a professional proved to be useful. Depression is not just a […]

Investment in Education – A must or a fuss?

The most consistent factor in Britain’s relative weakness seems to be the low levels of investment in education. Skills supply, utilization, and progression are the main challenges in vocational education and training in the UK. Investment in education means growing, feeding and cultivating important values in each individual, developing him as an active element of […]

Discrimination in Schools – A Big Issue Nowadays!

How to challenge discrimination in schools? Educating adults (teachers) and children in the spirit of tolerance and non-discrimination is a priority if we want a change of mentality. Discrimination also has social consequences with a negative effect on the development of society in general. Any person may face, during their lifetime, situations of discrimination. Discrimination […]