#World

  • Article: 16 Times Countries and Cities Have Banned Single-Use Plastics

    16 Times Countries and Cities Have Banned Single-Use Plastics

    By Imogen Calderwood|April 25, 2018

    They are an inspiration in the war on plastic. Read more

  • Article: Meet Alex Bwaluka, of Charity Centre for Children and Youth Development

    Meet Alex Bwaluka, of Charity Centre for Children and Youth Development

    Aug. 12, 2016

    Meet Alex Bwaluka. He's one of 10 finalists for the 2016 Waislitz Global Citizen Award. Read more

  • Article: 3 Female Street Artists Who Are Breaking Boundries

    3 Female Street Artists Who Are Breaking Boundries

    By Madeline Schwartz|July 22, 2016

    These artists are changing the conversation and challenging stereotypes of women. Read more

  • Article: Why Pokemon Go Might Be a Good Thing for Society

    Why Pokemon Go Might Be a Good Thing for Society

    By Madeline Schwartz|July 13, 2016

    This new augmented reality game phenomenon you’ve definitely heard of. Read more

  • Article: It’s Malala Day, and She’s Celebrating With Refugees in Kenya

    It’s Malala Day, and She’s Celebrating With Refugees in Kenya

    By Krista Watson|July 12, 2016|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    #YesAllGirls deserve an education. Read more

  • Article: Why Canada’s gender-neutral IDs are such a big deal

    Why Canada’s gender-neutral IDs are such a big deal

    By Madeline Schwartz|July 11, 2016

    Trudeau’s surprise announcement puts Canada in a trailblazing position on LGBT rights. Read more

  • Article: Ahead of Olympics, Brazil grapples with anti-LGBT crimes

    Ahead of Olympics, Brazil grapples with anti-LGBT crimes

    By Madeline Schwartz|July 11, 2016

    One man hopes his crime-tracking website will help. Read more

  • Article: Woman's 'nightmare' year in Africa causes outrage on Twitter

    Woman's 'nightmare' year in Africa causes outrage on Twitter

    By Madeline Schwartz|July 5, 2016

    Inaccurate depictions of a primitive and backwards Africa are called out on Twitter. Read more