In the run-up to the 13th WIEF in November 2017, various WIEF initiatives discuss the impact and challenges of disruptive change.
The music band that’s making ethnic cool, again. Nading Rhapsody is reviving old legacies and more.
She just wants to change the world. Nisa Addina, the talented key performer at MOCAfest tells us how she’d put her popularity to good use.
Hermès, Aramis and Estée Lauder are adopting collections targeting Muslim markets and expanding the Islamic fashion industry.
The inventor of the first edible cutlery, Narayana Peesapathy, is doing more than providing alternatives to plastic spoons.
Missing family located thousands of kilometres away triggered the creation of a useful, entertaining and technologically forward device called LucidCam.
Despite progress on women working in the 21st century, there still exists traditional expectations of women.
Governments and multinational food companies need to improve ways of food distribution to reduce global food shortage and famine.
With more than half a million followers on social media, Allan Dixon endorses no products and dances to no advertisers’ tune but his own.
Education experts discuss the role of universities in the rapidly changing global education landscape, its affordability and accessibility.
Technological innovations can help reduce financial wastage and inefficiencies of humanitarian crisis responses.