#Yemen

  • Article: Yemen's Cholera Outbreak Hit 1 Million Cases in 2017. This Year, It's a Race Against Time.
    Health

    Yemen's Cholera Outbreak Hit 1 Million Cases in 2017. This Year, It's a Race Against Time.

    By Imogen Calderwood|May 16, 2018

    The aim is to vaccinate people before the rainy season hits. Read more

  • Article: Here’s How Many Refugees the US Has Accepted in 2018
    Citizenship

    Here’s How Many Refugees the US Has Accepted in 2018

    By Chris Gelardi|April 26, 2018

    The US is on pace to resettle the fewest number of refugees in 40 years. Read more

  • Article: Hunger Is Making the World Less Stable, New Report Shows
    Food & Hunger

    Hunger Is Making the World Less Stable, New Report Shows

    April 16, 2018|News Deeply

    “Show me a nation that can’t feed itself, and I’ll show you a nation in chaos.” Read more

  • Article: Saudi Arabia Has Given Women Opportunities — But Its Human Rights Record Remains Abysmal
    OpinionCitizenship

    Saudi Arabia Has Given Women Opportunities — But Its Human Rights Record Remains Abysmal

    By Joe McCarthy|March 23, 2018

    There are still dozens of capital offenses in Saudi Arabia. Read more

  • Article: Why Silhouettes of Children Are Appearing All Over London
    Citizenship

    Why Silhouettes of Children Are Appearing All Over London

    By Imogen Calderwood|March 8, 2018

    The small child is staring up at the sky for a heartbreaking reason. Read more

  • Article: The World's Most Repressive Regimes Are Getting Billions of Dollars of Weapons From the UK
    Citizenship

    The World's Most Repressive Regimes Are Getting Billions of Dollars of Weapons From the UK

    By Imogen Calderwood|Jan. 18, 2018

    That includes increased exports to Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and Oman. Read more

  • Article: Yes, UK Aid Money Goes to Some of the World’s Most Corrupt Countries — and Here’s Why That’s Important
    AdvocacyCitizenship

    Yes, UK Aid Money Goes to Some of the World’s Most Corrupt Countries — and Here’s Why That’s Important

    By Imogen Calderwood|Jan. 2, 2018

    Corruption isn’t a reason to slash aid spending to the countries who need it most. Read more

  • Article: 2017 Proves the Value of Your Collective Voice in Uncertain Times
    ImpactCitizenship

    2017 Proves the Value of Your Collective Voice in Uncertain Times

    By Katie Dallas|Dec. 22, 2017

    Global Citizens took action, and the UK government listened. Read more