World Recycling Day: Our actions have an impact on the planet

World Recycling Day is commemorated on May 17. It is a timely occasion to reflect on the importance of preserving our environment and promoting sustainable practices. In a world where consumption and waste production are reaching alarming levels, this commemoration takes on an even more relevant meaning.   Reduce, reuse and recycle The objective of… Continue reading World Recycling Day: Our actions have an impact on the planet

The most exemplary mothers in the animal kingdom

On the occasion of Mother’s Day, we at 3Love Inc. would like to pay tribute to some of the most extraordinary mothers in the animal kingdom, who are examples of dedication, affection and protection towards their offspring.   Orangutan   According to the World Wildlife Fund, the bond between a mother orangutan and her offspring… Continue reading The most exemplary mothers in the animal kingdom

International Day against Bullying: Let’s take care of the mental health of students

International Anti-Bullying Day is commemorated on May 2. The aim is to encourage students, parents, members and authorities of educational communities, and various sectors of society, including the technology industry, to participate in the prevention of all types of violence. It also seeks to promote safe learning environments, which are of great importance for the… Continue reading International Day against Bullying: Let’s take care of the mental health of students

“Difference is an advantage to learn from others”

Viviana Barrera Amado is General Director of Sinapsis Colombia Foundation, an educational research center dedicated to providing tools for the communicative, cognitive and artistic development of people with disabilities. In this interview for the 3Love Inc. blog, we talked about the Foundation’s mission, its pedagogical model focused on neuropsychology, the facilitating role of art in… Continue reading “Difference is an advantage to learn from others”

Mother Earth Day: Planet versus Plastics

International Mother Earth Day is commemorated on April 22 with the aim of raising awareness of the problems caused by overpopulation and pollution, as well as the importance of biodiversity conservation.   Caring for our Mother Earth   Mother Earth is asking us to act. The oceans are filling up with plastics and becoming more… Continue reading Mother Earth Day: Planet versus Plastics

Day of Persons with Different Limbs: Promoting equality and accessibility

April 12 marks the International Day of Persons with Different Limbs, with the objective of highlighting the stories of resilience, strength and achievements of those living with different types of limbs. It also seeks to raise awareness of the challenges these people face in their daily lives and to promote inclusion in all aspects of… Continue reading Day of Persons with Different Limbs: Promoting equality and accessibility

World Water Day: An element for peace

World Water Day is celebrated on March 22 to pay tribute to this resource and to encourage action to address the global water crisis. Today, 2.2 billion people lack access to safe drinking water, with devastating consequences for their lives and for society as a whole.   Water for peace   Water can create peace… Continue reading World Water Day: An element for peace

World Down Syndrome Day: End the Stereotypes

Every March 21, World Down Syndrome Day is commemorated with the aim of raising awareness within society about the enormous value of these people, as well as vindicating their contributions to society, their rights and independence in making their own decisions and their personal growth.   Origin of World Down Syndrome Day   At the… Continue reading World Down Syndrome Day: End the Stereotypes

“We can become part of the change to combat some of our planet’s biggest challenges”

Madeline Grace Ortenzio is a bilingual master’s student with several years of experience in international development. She is currently an Associate Fellow for Sustainable Development at the United Nations System Staff College, where she and her team help create valuable content for courses related to climate change, circular economy and other topics. In this exclusive… Continue reading “We can become part of the change to combat some of our planet’s biggest challenges”

a conversation with janeth martinez about “seeing through sounds”

“Seeing through Sounds” is a short story in which Adam, a visually impaired boy, becomes a superhero and the protagonist of his own destiny by harnessing his special abilities.