People have taken to Twitter in their droves in response to Tony Blair being named Philanthropist of the Year at the GQ Awards.
The accolade was
On June 17th 2014, euronews broadcast the European Inventor Award ceremony and you can now watch the complete event above.
As one of the most
Big budget sci-fi flop “After Earth” and ensemble comedy “Movie 43” led the Razzie Awards on Saturday while annual favorite Adam Sandler went home
A haunting image of African migrants raising their mobiles to catch an inexpensive signal has been chosen as World Press Photo of the Year
Photo: Sister Angélique Namaika was the 2013 winner of UNHCR’s Nansen Refugee Award. Sister Angélique (in black) teaches women to make clothes in the
Actress Sandra Bullock swept the 40th People’s Choice awards on Wednesday with four wins, cementing her status as a favorite among the fan-selected
For the first time ever, women make up the majority of the Queen’s annual New Year’s Honours list, representing 51 percent of all those
Ellen DeGeneres leads a troupe of 250 tuxedo-clad dancers in the trailer for the 86th Academy Awards Ceremony.
The Academy and ABC have begun
Slavery drama “12 Years a Slave” and 1970s con-artist caper “American Hustle” led the Golden Globe Awards nominations announced on Thursday with
Who do you think has been the person or group of people for whom 2013 will be most remembered?
Euronews is asking for your suggestions before
Every year the World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) in Doha rewards an individual or a group of up to six people for their outstanding work
The WISE Awards 2013 go to six outstanding educational projects which solve concrete issues and have a big impact.
This year winners came from
The 2013 WISE Prize, a kind of Nobel Prize for education, has been awarded to Vicky Colbert.
The Colombian sociologist and founder of the ‘New
Can we have education without teachers? How can we do more with less? Those are some of many educational questions being debated here in Doha at the
WISE, the annual World Innovation Summit for Education, held in Doha, brings together thousands of education professionals to discuss developments
Today, Wednesday 9 january, from 18:00 until 19:30 the anniversary EBBA show will be broadcast live on YouTube.
You can find the show at the
Thousands of children gather in the slums of India to learn to read and write. The teachers are volunteers, many of whom only a few years before were
Despite the absence of borders, music has a hard time travelling in Europe.
That’s the result of a study by Emmanuel Legrand for the European Music
London is where they work, but Marbella is where this journey started for two unusual young men. Who are they? And what is My Destination?
“I would say, if you have a vision, an idea stick to that. If you have an idea, you have to believe in it and even if the situation is not that good
Improving education goes hand in hand with innovative new ideas.
That was the challenge for delegates attending the Qatar Foundation’s World
For the past three years, the WISE summit in Doha grants awards to six innovative educational projects from all over the world.
Amongst this year’s
The winner of one of the biggest awards in international education, Madhav Chavan has helped provide lessons for millions of impoverished children in
Madhav Chavan has won the 2012 Wise Prize for education. The Indian social activist collected a medal and a cheque for half a million dollars. He is
As the Nobel Awards are about to be handed out in Stockholm, Sweden euronew’s Isabelle Kumar caught up with Economics Prize winner Professor
The Cartier Women’s Initiative Awards were created in 2006. Each year since, six female entrepreneurs, each representing a major world region, are