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Imogen is content writer & editor at Global Citizen UK. A former global news journalist, Imogen has been flitting from Australia to Spain to India since graduating from the University of Warwick. She's also trying to read all the Booker Prize winners, so wish her luck because there are loads.

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  1. Artículo: Boots Is Banning Plastic Bags in Sustainable Switch to Brown Paper
    Medio Ambiente

    Boots Is Banning Plastic Bags in Sustainable Switch to Brown Paper

    Por Imogen Calderwood|24 de Junio de 2019

    It will remove 40 million plastic bags from use every year. Leer más

  2. Artículo: Court Rules UK Arms Exports to Saudi Arabia for Use in Yemen Are ‘Unlawful’ in Historic Victory
    Ciudadanía

    Court Rules UK Arms Exports to Saudi Arabia for Use in Yemen Are ‘Unlawful’ in Historic Victory

    Por Imogen Calderwood|21 de Junio de 2019

    The landmark judgement comes after years of campaigning from NGOs and organisations. Leer más

  3. Artículo: This Amazing Teacher Is Helping Her Refugee Students Shape Their Own Stories Through Poetry
    Educación

    This Amazing Teacher Is Helping Her Refugee Students Shape Their Own Stories Through Poetry

    Por Imogen Calderwood|20 de Junio de 2019

    Global Citizen meets Kate Clanchy, from an Oxford school where pupils speak over 30 languages. Leer más

  4. Artículo: The Race Is on for the Tory Leadership. Here’s What the Competitors Think About UK Aid.
    AdvocacyCiudadanía

    The Race Is on for the Tory Leadership. Here’s What the Competitors Think About UK Aid.

    Por Imogen Calderwood|19 de Junio de 2019

    The field is getting pretty packed — but where do they all stand on the aid budget? Leer más

  5. Artículo: 4 Women Whose Lives Have Been Transformed by Solar Power in Africa — and How You Can Help Even More
    PartnerFinanzas e Innovación

    4 Women Whose Lives Have Been Transformed by Solar Power in Africa — and How You Can Help Even More

    Por Imogen Calderwood|18 de Junio de 2019|Energise Africa

    Over 600 million people in sub-Saharan Africa live their daily lives without electricity. Leer más

  6. Artículo: 'No Charity Is More Important Than the People It Serves': Charity Commission Publishes Results of Inquiry Into Oxfam GB
    Ciudadanía

    'No Charity Is More Important Than the People It Serves': Charity Commission Publishes Results of Inquiry Into Oxfam GB

    Por Imogen Calderwood|11 de Junio de 2019

    Last year, allegations emerged that Oxfam GB employees had paid local women for sex. Leer más

  7. Artículo: Why UK Women's Groups Are Threatening Legal Action Against the Crown Prosecution Service
    Niñas y Mujeres

    Why UK Women's Groups Are Threatening Legal Action Against the Crown Prosecution Service

    Por Imogen Calderwood|10 de Junio de 2019

    The End Violence Against Women Coalition is warning of a “collapse in justice after rape.” Leer más

  8. Artículo: Gatwick Just Launched the UK’s First Airport Reusable Coffee Cup Trial
    Medio Ambiente

    Gatwick Just Launched the UK’s First Airport Reusable Coffee Cup Trial

    Por Imogen Calderwood|10 de Junio de 2019

    It's called "Cup Cup and Away" and it lets customers borrow reusable take-away cups. Leer más

  9. Artículo: A UK Primary School Has a Genius New Library Section to Help Save the Oceans
    PartnerMedio Ambiente

    A UK Primary School Has a Genius New Library Section to Help Save the Oceans

    Por Imogen Calderwood|8 de Junio de 2019

    This is smart and heart-breaking in equal measure. Leer más

  10. Artículo: Anti-Trump Protests in the UK Are Actually Helping Raise Money for Charities
    Ciudadanía

    Anti-Trump Protests in the UK Are Actually Helping Raise Money for Charities

    Por Imogen Calderwood|4 de Junio de 2019

    The “baby blimp” campaign has been quietly fundraising for six UK and US organisations. Leer más