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.
Caribbean nations are working towards a Sex Offenders’ Registry but many do see challenges ahead with implementation.
Arafat Bwambale leads a group of young volunteers to deliver medications to vulnerable communities in Uganda during COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
This article looks into how crisis and emergency settings further increase the vulnerabilty of persons living with disabilities and how this can be adressed
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…
International day of peace works to promote peace in the world. These are how we are failing and how we might be able to work more towards it.
Systemic racism plagues the foundation of the United States both quietly and vocally. Unfortunately, the current sociopolitical climate houses a welcome narrative of vocally expressing these racist ideologies. Over the last four years there has been an increase in racially based hate groups by 55%, fueling the fire of hatred and violence towards targeted groups….
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.