#Citizenship

  • Article: The UK Promises Not to Eliminate Its Overseas Aid Department After Action From Charities
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    The UK Promises Not to Eliminate Its Overseas Aid Department After Action From Charities

    By Helen Lock|Jan. 15, 2020

    But the department could still lose its Secretary of State leadership, concerning aid advocates. Read more

  • Article: Why Global Citizen Is Heading to Davos This Year

    Why Global Citizen Is Heading to Davos This Year

    By Cassie Carothers|Jan. 14, 2020

    Priyanka Chopra Jonas joins Global Citizen at the World Economic Forum. Read more

  • Article: Tiny Island Nation of Vanuatu Pledges Millions to Help Australian Firefighters

    Tiny Island Nation of Vanuatu Pledges Millions to Help Australian Firefighters

    By Joe McCarthy|Jan. 8, 2020

    The country receives $66.2 million in Australian foreign aid each year. Read more

  • Article: 5 Ways to Help in the Aftermath of the Puerto Rico Earthquakes

    5 Ways to Help in the Aftermath of the Puerto Rico Earthquakes

    By Joe McCarthy|Jan. 8, 2020

    The US territory is still recovering from Hurricane Maria. Read more

  • Article: Iranian Americans Report Being Detained at US-Canada Border for 10 Hours

    Iranian Americans Report Being Detained at US-Canada Border for 10 Hours

    By Joe McCarthy|Jan. 6, 2020

    Civil rights experts warn of the potential for civil rights abuses. Read more

  • Article: California Officially Bans Hair Discrimination

    California Officially Bans Hair Discrimination

    By Leah Rodriguez|Jan. 6, 2020

    Policies that ban afros, braids, twists, and locks are now illegal. Read more

  • Article: Top CEOs Have Already Made More in 2020 Than Most Canadians Will All Year

    Top CEOs Have Already Made More in 2020 Than Most Canadians Will All Year

    By Jackie Marchildon|Jan. 6, 2020

    Canada’s average top-earning CEO made $11.8 million in 2018. Read more

  • Article: Majority of US States Want to Accept More Refugees

    Majority of US States Want to Accept More Refugees

    By Brandon Wiggins|Jan. 2, 2020

    There are nearly 30 million refugees worldwide — the most ever recorded. Read more