#NGOs

  • Article: A Global Register Is Launching to Keep Criminals Out of the Aid Sector
    Citizenship

    A Global Register Is Launching to Keep Criminals Out of the Aid Sector

    By Imogen Calderwood|Oct. 17, 2018

    The UK is leading the effort to eliminate the risk of abuse in charities. Read more

  • Article: 22 Aid Organisations Just Signed a Pledge to Tackle Abuse of Power
    Citizenship

    22 Aid Organisations Just Signed a Pledge to Tackle Abuse of Power

    By Imogen Calderwood|Feb. 26, 2018

    It follows allegations of unacceptable sexual misconduct in the aid sector. Read more

  • Article: More Than 120 Aid Workers Were Fired for Sexual Misconduct in 2017
    Girls & Women

    More Than 120 Aid Workers Were Fired for Sexual Misconduct in 2017

    Feb. 23, 2018|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    Aid organizations have pledged to overhaul how they confront sexual misconduct and harassment. Read more

  • Article: Groups Like Oxfam & Save the Children Could Lose Millions if No Brexit Deal Is Reached
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    Groups Like Oxfam & Save the Children Could Lose Millions if No Brexit Deal Is Reached

    By Imogen Calderwood|Jan. 10, 2018

    The UK is the second highest sector of EU aid funding. Read more

  • Article: These 8 Women Are Speaking Out About What Life is Really Like in Syria’s Most Notorious Jails
    Citizenship

    These 8 Women Are Speaking Out About What Life is Really Like in Syria’s Most Notorious Jails

    By Imogen Calderwood|Aug. 29, 2017|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    It could be the only way to get justice. Read more

  • Article: India dabbawalla roti bank food waste
    Food & Hunger

    Meet the "robinhoods" of food redistribution in India, the dabbawallas

    By Meghan Werft|May 25, 2016

    Ok they’re not stealing but they're definitely bridging the food gap between rich and poor. Read more

  • Article: This 18-year-old girl runs a newspaper that gives Delhi’s “street children” a voice
    Girls & Women

    This 18-year-old girl runs a newspaper that gives Delhi’s “street children” a voice

    By Meghan Werft|April 21, 2016|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    “We get pushed and treated like garbage because there is no one to speak for us.” Read more

  • Article: Changing African stereotypes one episode at a time
    Finance & Innovation

    Changing African stereotypes one episode at a time

    March 22, 2016|Mama Hope

    “We decided that I would travel to 3 communities spending a month documenting each." Read more