"Dance is dance, whether you're walking or rolling."



Dancing at Ellen's and a short interview with Chelsie Hill: WATCH

York, UK's first Human Rights City



On 24 April 2017, York declared itself a Human Rights City.

"York has the ambition to use human rights in decision-making, promote awareness and debate about human rights and ensure all residents' rights are respected.
Each existing human rights city has built on its own particular history when seeking to give local content to the label.
In both the past and present, York has a strong record of activity in the field of social justice."
Stephen Pittam

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photograph via Wikipedia, by Peter Czerwinski

Stadthaushotel Hamburg



Since 1993, people with disabilities have been living and working under one roof - the Stadthaushotel Hamburg. The idea goes back to the inititative of parents who had the vision of a better future for their disabled children.

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photograph via Accamino

WoManchester



On this International Women's Day, the city of Manchester is renamed Womanchester. The name is part of a programme that is dedicated to celebrated Womanchester's history of powerful women (Manchester Evening News). Founder of the British Suffragette movement Emmeline Pankhurst, for instance, was born in Manchester (Visit Manchester).
Happy International Women's Day 2018 to everyone!

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image via Lovin Manchester

KidZania. An Interactive City Made for Children



"KidZania is an interactive city made for children 2-14 that combines inspiration, fun and learning through realistic role-play, making KidZania one of the fastest growing global learning and entertainment brands in the world. Kids can independently explore a scaled indoor city of over 7,000 square meters with more than 100 exciting careers that they can try."
(via KidZania)