#Global Poverty Project

  • Article: Why I was thanked for being Australian

    Why I was thanked for being Australian

    By d'Arcy Lunn |March 11, 2016

    Here’s the global scale of what AusAid does and why it cannot be cut. Read more

  • Article: Proud to be Danish?

    Proud to be Danish?

    From Global Poverty Project|Jan. 12, 2016

    The Danish government is planning to cut foreign aid by 2.85 billion Danish Kroner. Read more

  • Article: The globe marched for climate action, did they hear us?

    The globe marched for climate action, did they hear us?

    By Marnie Cunningham|Dec. 7, 2015

    Will Australia's government go far enough to prevent climate change? Read more

  • Article: Charity Begins At Home, But It Shouldn’t End There

    Charity Begins At Home, But It Shouldn’t End There

    Oct. 1, 2015

    As foreign need rises, the fight for for foreign aid is just beginning. Read more

  • Article: “They don’t call it mother tongue for nothing.” Can bilingual education help fight poverty?

    “They don’t call it mother tongue for nothing.” Can bilingual education help fight poverty?

    Aug. 24, 2015

    What should education for indigenous culture in Australia include? Read more

  • Article: 82,000 people want David Cameron to keep his promise, do you?

    82,000 people want David Cameron to keep his promise, do you?

    By Paul Abernethy|Global Poverty Project|July 1, 2015

    The Tax Dodging Bill Campaign hands in the petition to No.10 Downing St. Read more

  • Article: Congress meets with GPP and partners to tell the world what's up

    Congress meets with GPP and partners to tell the world what's up

    By Christina Nuñez|March 6, 2015

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