Sangeeta Haindl

Sangeeta Haindl
sangeeta.haindl@gmail.com
Sangeeta Haindl writes on social innovation, social enterprise, and social entrepreneurs. She is the owner of Serendipity PR, in London, U.K., where she works with high-profile brands and organizations in the public, non-profit, and corporate sectors, winning awards for her work from the communications industry. She describes herself as a Spiritual Entrepreneur, Conscious Explorer, and Futurist. She enjoys helping others, paying it forward, and being a mum. Email: sangeeta.haindl@gmail.com Website: http://serendipitypr.co.uk Twitter: @SangeetaHaindl LinkedIn: Sangeeta Haindl
Serendipity PR & Media Consultancy
London
United Kingdom

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1 week 8 hours ago

(3BL Media/Justmeans) - Australia’s Aborigines have the worst health statistics and living conditions of any Indigenous group in the world, despite living in one of its richest countries. An Indigenous Australian will die, on average, 17 years younger than a non-Indigenous Australian. Aboriginal women experience poor health and have many responsibilities as mothers, grandmothers, sisters, daughters, wives and partners; most commonly it is these women who have the main responsibility for looking after the health of other family members.

Interestingly, there is no term in Indigenous languages for health, as it...


1 week 8 hours ago

(3BL Media/Justmeans) - The outlook for global philanthropy is encouraging. The question is: can we unlock some of the private wealth and engage it to solve world problems that governments have traditionally spent billions of dollars on? The first-ever survey of conservation impact investing reveals a fast-growing market totalling approximately $23 billion in the five-year period from 2009-2013. During this period, private investments accounted for almost $2 billion of this market—an amount that is growing at an average of 26 percent annually, and is expected to reach more than $5.6 billion by 2018. Of the nearly $2 billion already...


1 week 6 days ago

(3BL Media/Justmeans) - Nearly one quarter of Americans spend three or more minutes looking for those elusive keys every day – that’s over 18 hours a year! So, it’s not surprising that 62 percent believe that eventually they will be living in a keyless society and that the younger generation, aged 18 to 34 are more likely to hold this view. These are just some of the interesting findings from research commissioned by Schlage®, a brand of Allegion plc, which is a company focused on latest electronic lock innovation.

The survey...


1 week 6 days ago

(3BL Media/Justmeans) - As people age, they typically show some decline in cognitive abilities, including learning and remembering things such as the names of new acquaintances, where the car is parked or where are the keys. This normal age-related memory decline starts in early adulthood, but usually does not have any noticeable impact on quality of life until people reach their fifties or sixties. Age-related memory decline is different from the often-devastating memory impairment that occurs with Alzheimer’s. Now a medical study led by...


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(3BL Media/Justmeans) - Every now and again, we stumble across ideas and projects that are making a real heartfelt difference to people’s lives, and when it directly impacts children there is nothing better. This is a powerful innovation project from South Africa involving school bags and it starts with a group of people who wondered if they could change the experience of going to school for a child living in a rural area and if so, what would it look like? Out of their design process they ended up creating something phenomenal: the ‘...


3 weeks 1 day ago

(3BL Media/Justmeans) – Global climate change will have a huge impact on agriculture. Maintaining food production is the greatest challenge humanity will face in the coming decades. Continued failure to increase food production will lead to increased prices and will cause global social unrest and famine. Genetic crop improvement can contribute towards solving this complex problem. Novel genetic techniques have been developed in recent years and are advancing rapidly. They include techniques commonly referred to as ‘genome editing’ that allow targeted changes to be made to genomes, such as adding, removing or replacing DNA...


3 weeks 1 day ago

(3BL Media/Justmeans) - Suicidal feelings can be terrifying. People can feel alone and powerless— helpless that they can’t change their situation or what is distressing them. For some, the idea of suicide may give a sense of being in control again. It’s ironic that in today’s hyper-connected world, with hundreds of Instagram friends and lots of text messages, some can still feel so alone. Now, in the U.K., people at rock bottom can reach out with just one tweet.

Samaritans, the leading suicide prevention charity, has launched ‘...


3 weeks 1 day ago

(3BL Media/Justmeans) - Comedian/actor turned revolutionary Russell Brand has been talking about the society we live in, and why we need to change it. People have flocked to U.K. cinemas recently to hear Brand deliver this message on screen. Brand’s philosophy is about making changes to ourselves as the starting point for bringing about wider change. “Be the change you want to see,” as he puts it. Cynics have argued all Brand is doing is promoting his new book, Revolution, so his recent call for a revolution has won...


3 weeks 6 days ago

(3BL Media/Justmeans) - When associating the term ‘green’ with cars, we are not talking colour—we mean the environmental sense of the car’s engineering and marketing. Green cars are hybrids, diesels and electric that have over the last three years may not been regarded as exciting or slick, but that was then…this is now, as the green car has just gone wow! We are now into the third generation of these types of vehicles, and the technologies that have defined them are being used to produce better-driving and more...


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