About Sarah El Gharib

Sarah El Gharib is a freelance French writer and editor at Global Citizen. Before joining the organization, she studied political science in Geneva and Toronto, and worked in human rights advocacy. A true Global Citizen at heart, she speaks four languages and is a relentless advocate for gender equality, mental health, and anti-racism.

Stories

  1. Article: Canadian Coffee Chain Tim Hortons Finally Ditches Double Cups for Hot Drinks to Reduce Waste

    Canadian Coffee Chain Tim Hortons Finally Ditches Double Cups for Hot Drinks to Reduce Waste

    By Sarah El Gharib|Oct. 23, 2020

    The brand said the move will help eliminate 200 million cups from landfills each year. Read more

  2. Article: 4 Things Polio Survivors From Canada and the UK Want You to Know This World Polio Day

    4 Things Polio Survivors From Canada and the UK Want You to Know This World Polio Day

    By Sarah El Gharib|Oct. 23, 2020

    We’re so close to eradicating polio — but COVID-19 could undo years of progress towards this goal. Read more

  3. Article: These 7 Influencers Are Teaming Up to Teach Canadian Teens About COVID-19

    These 7 Influencers Are Teaming Up to Teach Canadian Teens About COVID-19

    By Sarah El Gharib|Oct. 22, 2020

    The government has enrolled social media personalities to keep Canadians safe from the pandemic. Read more

  4. Article: ‘Teaching Yes, Bleeding No’: Thousands Gather in France to Pay Tribute to Murdered Teacher

    ‘Teaching Yes, Bleeding No’: Thousands Gather in France to Pay Tribute to Murdered Teacher

    By Sarah El Gharib|Oct. 19, 2020

    Crowds took to the streets to express solidarity with teachers and support for freedom of speech. Read more

  5. Article: Ces deux hommes parcourent la France à pied pour lutter contre la pollution causée par les masques abandonnés

    These Two Men Are Walking Across France to Help Rid the Country of Mask Pollution

    By Sarah El Gharib|Oct. 16, 2020

    Frédéric Munsch and Edmund Platt set out on a journey against what they say is a "blue plague." Read more

  6. Article: COVID-19 Has Unleashed Hopes for Profound Change Across These 7 Countries: Study

    COVID-19 Has Unleashed Hopes for Profound Change Across These 7 Countries: Study

    By Sarah El Gharib|Oct. 14, 2020

    Most people think the pandemic could create lasting change — but feel uncertain about the future. Read more

  7. Article: Everything You Need to Know About the ACT-Accelerator

    Everything You Need to Know About the ACT-Accelerator

    By Sarah El Gharib|Oct. 13, 2020

    The ACT-Accelerator is helping the world tackle the pandemic and its devastating effects. Read more

  8. Article: Trudeau Confirms That Approved COVID-19 Vaccine Will Be Free for All Canadians

    Trudeau Confirms That Approved COVID-19 Vaccine Will Be Free for All Canadians

    By Sarah El Gharib|Oct. 8, 2020

    Canada’s universal health care system will allow the vaccine to be distributed at no cost. Read more

  9. Article: Ryan Reynolds Just Teamed Up With Canada Goose to Provide Inuit Students With Parkas This Winter

    Ryan Reynolds Just Teamed Up With Canada Goose to Provide Inuit Students With Parkas This Winter

    By Sarah El Gharib|Oct. 8, 2020

    More than 300 parkas will be donated to students in Northern Canada. Read more

  10. Article: 5 Tech Tools Improving Access to Mental Health Care in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

    5 Tech Tools Improving Access to Mental Health Care in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

    By Sarah El Gharib|Oct. 7, 2020

    These tech platforms are helping the world’s most vulnerable communities access the care they need. Read more