#Middle East

  • Article: Why 8 Charities Have Partnered With Facebook, Google, Others to Fight Famine

    Why 8 Charities Have Partnered With Facebook, Google, Others to Fight Famine

    By Phineas Rueckert|July 17, 2017

    An estimated 20 million are at-risk of famine, yet interest in combating hunger is decreasing. Read more

  • Article: The Infuriating Reason Men Say They Catcall Women on the Street

    The Infuriating Reason Men Say They Catcall Women on the Street

    By Phineas Rueckert|CHIME FOR CHANGE|June 20, 2017

    Ugh. Read more

  • Article: A Man Wants to Drag an Iceberg to the Middle East, Because Climate Change

    A Man Wants to Drag an Iceberg to the Middle East, Because Climate Change

    By Meghan Werft|May 9, 2017

    Abdullah Alshehi has a gargantuan idea. Read more

  • Article: Two Thirds of Middle Eastern Men Think Women Belong at Home: Study

    Two Thirds of Middle Eastern Men Think Women Belong at Home: Study

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|May 3, 2017

    "It is not just men who uphold the patriarchy, women buy into a lot of these attitudes as well." Read more

  • Article: Will Turning Seawater Into Drinking Water Help Water Shortages?

    Will Turning Seawater Into Drinking Water Help Water Shortages?

    By Meghan Werft|Sept. 1, 2016

    With severe droughts affecting over 36 countries could the solution lie in the ocean? Read more

  • Article: Syrians Celebrate ISIS Liberation By Cutting Beards, Burning Niqabs

    Syrians Celebrate ISIS Liberation By Cutting Beards, Burning Niqabs

    By Brandon Blackburn-Dwyer|Aug. 15, 2016

    Joy emerges from the rubble. Read more

  • Article: Dubai Wants to Build a Station for the Fastest Train on Earth

    Dubai Wants to Build a Station for the Fastest Train on Earth

    By Brandon Blackburn-Dwyer|Aug. 12, 2016

    This could change global transit. Read more

  • Article: Connecting Classrooms 5,000 Miles Away

    Connecting Classrooms 5,000 Miles Away

    By Annika Reno|Aug. 12, 2016

    Global Citizen and Microsoft are Skyping with students in refugee camps this World Humanitarian Day. Read more