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  • The wolf and the butterfly during lockdown

    Christina Apostolidi is the author of the children’s story “The Wolf and the Butterfly”*. Here, she speaks of her experience during the Covid-19 lockdown and how it redefined her relationship with nature.

  • Petition everyone must sign!

    It doesn’t matter if you are a child or parent, into animal rights or human rights, believe in climate change or stand for LGBTQ rights… ‘Caring for Life’ Education teaches children HOW…

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    Teaching empathy during the Covid-19 lockdown

    Some practical tips on how you can teach empathy to your children

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    Three important lessons from Covid-19 that call for you to act now!

    Covid19 has hit the world and we need to learn from our mistakes. We need to review and change our behaviours and teach the next generations how to be better than we have been. Rooted in UNESCO’s 4 pillars of education and supporting the UN’s SDGs, Caring for Life Education curriculum teaches children HOW to think and not WHAT to think – it teaches kindness and respect to people, animals and the environment.

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    Confessions of a vegan

    I was not always vegan. I was not always even vegetarian. Until the age of approx. 14 years old, I very much enjoyed a veal cutlet with blood and Mc Donald’s chicken…

  • Zero Waste

    I keep hearing zero waste but not really seeing it, even though it can be found all around us so it’s high time you take part too! This new trend (or movement)…

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    What happened in 2019

    At the end of December 2019, OMÚ celebrates its 1st Birthday and with it, a successful first year! Thank you all for your ongoing help and support and best wishes for 2020!

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    Suck This!

    Did you know it takes 200 years for a plastic straw to decompose? Meanwhile, it becomes a threat to animals and our environment. This Christmas, why not give your friends and family…

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    Potamos area cleanup

    A massive “Thank You” to all of the participants at the latest beach cleaning! Over 180 kgs of trash were collected in just over 2 hours by 12 people. Anything from cigarette…

  • One of the most important petitions to be signed. Now.

    We are demanding a U.N. resolution on prohibiting the exploitation of primary forests ravaged by fire and deforestation, as well as for the inclusion of all primary forests on the UNESCO World Heritage…