Anyone promoting a “Me-First” worldview is missing the fact that the more you engage with the world, the better off you are.
Young people around the world don’t need Madonna or empty promises from politicians - they can fix their own problems when local and international youth work together.
It’s easy to alienate people as a rich white person in a foreign land. If you’re thinking about volunteering abroad or working for an NGO, here are five things to think about to ensure your contribution is positive.
Two decades after genocide, Rwanda has risen from the ashes. But what does the future hold for a nation scarred by a history of divide and rule?
Indigo skate camp is giving Isithumba's very first generation of young skaters a deeper connection with each other and their divided country.
Why are the international community still supporting Kagame’s regime? And could their support be sowing seeds for more bloodshed?
Club Sanaa work with Msamariakids Centre for Street Children in Moshi, Tanzania to empower marginalised young people through photography.
Groundbreaking NGO Skateistan has shown how skateboarding can be a force for social change in Afghanistan, Cambodia and South Africa. Now they need your help to keep moving forward.
Can non-profit project Skatepal help unite the youth in a divided land?
Club Sanaa are working with Msamariakids Centre for Street Children in Moshi to empower marginalised young people through photography.
Rio de Janeiro’s Ballet de Santa Teresa is providing hope, education and a safe haven for some of the most disadvantaged children in Brazil.
Head down to SkatePAL’s fundraising summer skate jam at Gillett Square, Dalston, Sunday July 19, to help them build their third skatepark in Palestine.