#Citizenship

  • Article: #AfricansUnite: Some of the Continent's Biggest Music Stars Are Putting on a Show Against Xenophobia in South Africa

    #AfricansUnite: Some of the Continent's Biggest Music Stars Are Putting on a Show Against Xenophobia in South Africa

    By Lerato Mogoatlhe|Nov. 12, 2019

    It follows a spate of violent attacks targeting African immigrants. Read more

  • Article: Ireland’s Foreign Aid Sets an Example That Other Countries Need to Follow

    Ireland’s Foreign Aid Sets an Example That Other Countries Need to Follow

    By Joe McCarthy|Nov. 8, 2019

    “Ireland is a small country, but we’re trying to make as big an impact as we can.” Read more

  • Feature: How Global Citizens Helped End Cash Bail for Most People in New York
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    How Global Citizens Helped End Cash Bail for Most People in New York

    By Daniele Selby|Nov. 8, 2019

    Cash bail effectively criminalizes poverty. Global Citizens raised their voices—and created change. Read more

  • Article: WWE Superstar Seth Rollins Backs Gender Equality Because 'Iron Sharpens Iron'

    WWE Superstar Seth Rollins Backs Gender Equality Because 'Iron Sharpens Iron'

    By Joe McCarthy|WWE|Nov. 6, 2019

    Empowering women empowers all of us, highlights ally Rollins. Read more

  • Article: Fear in Uganda’s Gay Community after Death Penalty Threat and Arrests

    Fear in Uganda’s Gay Community after Death Penalty Threat and Arrests

    From Voice of America|Nov. 4, 2019

    Homosexuality is illegal in Uganda, and punishable with up to life in prison. Read more

  • Article: Almost 500,000 People in Burkina Faso Don’t Have Access to Food, Healthcare, and Education

    Almost 500,000 People in Burkina Faso Don’t Have Access to Food, Healthcare, and Education

    By Lerato Mogoatlhe|Nov. 1, 2019

    Armed conflicts that have swept through some parts of West Africa are having a devastating impact. Read more

  • Article: Ebola Monitoring Suspended in South Sudan After 3 Aid Workers Were Killed

    Ebola Monitoring Suspended in South Sudan After 3 Aid Workers Were Killed

    From Voice of America|Nov. 1, 2019

    A total of 115 aid workers have been killed in South Sudan since December 2013. Read more

  • Article: Connected North Links Indigenous Students in Remote Areas to Classroom Resources
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    Connected North Links Indigenous Students in Remote Areas to Classroom Resources

    By Jackie Marchildon|Oct. 29, 2019

    The network connects students to opportunities that are unavailable locally using Cisco technology. Read more