#2018

  • Article: Tonight's Sports Relief Will Ditch Celebrities in Favour of African Voices

    Tonight's Sports Relief Will Ditch Celebrities in Favour of African Voices

    By Imogen Calderwood|March 23, 2018

    It follows criticism of “poverty tourism.” Read more

  • Article: Why Global Citizen Live in London Is a Big Deal for Gender Equality, Health, Nutrition, Education, and More

    Why Global Citizen Live in London Is a Big Deal for Gender Equality, Health, Nutrition, Education, and More

    By Imogen Calderwood|March 6, 2018

    World leaders are coming to London — and we’re calling on them to end extreme poverty. Read more

  • Article: These 10 Humanitarian Crises Are Getting Worse in 2018

    These 10 Humanitarian Crises Are Getting Worse in 2018

    From IRIN|Jan. 12, 2018

    Ongoing conflicts, famine, and ethnic cleansing affect millions worldwide. Read more

  • Article: Here’s What You Need to Know About the Women’s March 2.0

    Here’s What You Need to Know About the Women’s March 2.0

    By Andrew McMaster|Jan. 10, 2018

    One year later, we could see another massive turnout all over the world. Read more

  • Article: The Week's Best Photos Prove 2018 Is Off to a Historic Start

    The Week's Best Photos Prove 2018 Is Off to a Historic Start

    By Olivia Kestin  and  David Brand|Jan. 5, 2018

    With 22 women in the US Senate and major protests in Iran, the new year is already making history. Read more

  • Article: 6 Things We Want to See in 2018 — But We’re Going to Need Your Help
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    6 Things We Want to See in 2018 — But We’re Going to Need Your Help

    By Imogen Calderwood|Dec. 21, 2017

    Want a sneak 2018 preview? Let's do this! Read more

  • Article: Earthquakes Could Double in 2018 Because of a Weird Planetary Event

    Earthquakes Could Double in 2018 Because of a Weird Planetary Event

    By Joe McCarthy|Nov. 20, 2017

    There’s only one way to truly prepare for earthquakes. Read more

  • Video: Zahra Lari is determined to be the 1st person from her country at the Winter Olympics

    Zahra Lari is determined to be the 1st person from her country at the Winter Olympics

    By Meghan Werft|CHIME FOR CHANGE|April 12, 2016

    Why the “Ice Princess in a Hijab” doesn’t mind her nickname. Read more