Lenka Chobotová, Sr. Sustainability Insights Manager in the Environmental Responsibility team, reflects on how the systems thinking can help us tackle some of the biggest sustainability challenges ahead of us.
Ever wondered what the coolest job in the world is? It must be one where you have a licence to Play! In our LEGO® Voices blog, Play Director Vivi K. Schlägelberger talks about the power of adult play, and how her team transform our annual Play Day into a Virtual Play Week to bring even more fun and play to all our colleagues across the world.
Every day we see millions of young visitors enjoying LEGO® digital experiences, and lately – with schools closed and social distance required – children are spending even more time online. In this LEGO Voices blog, our colleague Pia shares how the team is working at full blast to make our online communities both an exciting and safe experience for children.
It all started when Sarah reached out to Fairy Bricks, our long-standing charity partner that works to donate LEGO® sets to children in hospitals in the UK. The odds didn’t look good though since Fairy Bricks had been told to temporarily stop their donations.
On Sunday, March the 8th, we celebrate International Women's Day, and this year's theme, #EachforEqual. Celebrating the contributions of women while reminding us all that equality is for all by all.
The LEGO Group has teamed up with award-winning play expert, Jessica Joelle Alexander, to create this all-new guide to turning anytime into playtime – no matter how long you’ve got.
Read tips for playful parenting by LEGO Foundation in collaboration with psychologist Lawrence Cohen, who specialises in children's play and play therapy. The blog post is based on some of the most common questions that parents and teachers ask about learning and play.
In commissioning the LEGO Play Well Report, our aim is to help us all better understand what the simple, instinctive act of playing means in 2018: the way it’s evolved, the benefits it brings to the individual and families, the barriers that get in the way and how we can protect it.
Check out these stats gathered by LEGO Education, where global survey results reveal that lifelong learning starts with confidence, and hands-on lessons support student success.
The first LEGO® plants made from plants have arrived! The LEGO Group has released new botanical elements -including trees, leaves and bushes- made from a plastic produced using sustainably sourced sugarcane.
Using AI technology this initiative aims to make the LEGO play experience more accessible for those with vision impairment. We call it: LEGO® Audio & Braille Building Instructions.