Saiko is an illegal sea trade which is depleting Ghana’s fish stock. Since it benefits all players working on the high sea, this makes it difficult to fight.
The inequality in education in the world is surpsisingly big. Nevertheless, the COVID-19 pandemic has made it worse.
2020 was not a normal year. But as a volunteer advocacy tech-nonprofit, we persevered and build a strong momentum this year.
This weekend of December 5, 2020, the world is coming together to celebrate a very special group of people – volunteers.
The concerning perils of Period Poverty and the threats posed by it’s causes and effects on young women and girls of menstrual age.
Last year, the 68th United Nations Civil Society Conference took place in Salt Lake City under the theme “Building Inclusive and Sustainable Cities and Communities”. The series of sessions focused on SDG 11 “to make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable by 2030”, but took into account the interlinkages between this SDG…
Reflection of a volunteer on the transformation of a low-class vocational centre into a leading institution after a volunteering experience.
The importance of kindness in achieving the sustainable development goals through the UNESCO-MGIEP #KindnessMatters campaign.
There are challenges with the digital divide in Trinidad and Tobago. However, there are efforts to engage students with online learning.
The effects of climate change have undeniable this year – from the wildfires in California to COVID-19. Youth movements are creating change.
Reimagining Society is an International youth-led organization embracing the concept of “Wellbeing”, to understand the situation in Yemen.
The Perfect Storm Winston Churchill, in his famous speech, “Their Finest Hour”, said: “Let us therefore brace ourselves to our duties, and so bear ourselves that, if the British Empire and its Commonwealth last for a thousand years, men will still say: ‘This was their finest hour.” Almost a century on, humanity faces a new…