When Liberia’s president, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, announced earlier this month that the country had made progress in the fight against Ebola, the residents of Gozohn didn’t feel like celebrating. The entire town has been quarantined, and residents are struggling to access food and supplies.
Anonymous shell companies are a lot like Russian dolls: you never know who's ultimately hiding inside them. ONE Brussels worked with Member of the European Parliament (MEPs) Ana Gomes and NGO partners to organise a briefing in the European Parliament, with help from some giant Russian dolls to make our message seen and heard!
The Ebola crisis needs a global response, there's no doubt about that. But that doesn't mean people in those countries are sitting around waiting for help to arrive. From the earliest days of the outbreak they have been coming up with innovative ways to help their communities cope. Not enough of these stories are being heard
This weekend, leaders of the world's 20 most powerful countries met in Brisbane, Australia, to discuss the challenges facing the global economy. Despite the progress in the fight against tax evasion and corruption made this year in the preparation for the summit, G20 leaders stopped halfway down the road.
If you’ve been keeping up with our #TrillionDollar Scandal campaign you will know that this weekend the G20 in Australia is going to be BIG! Every year $1 trillion is siphoned out of some of developing countries through dodgy deals and tax evasion and this year’s G20 is our opportunity to stop it...
Making music and making change have always gone hand in hand, as our agit8 campaign last year showed. And pop and protest are back this week, with a LOT of coverage surrounding Bob Geldof and Midge Ure’s re-banding and re-branding of Band Aid to combat the Ebola crisis.
A powerful group of global business leaders has today called on the G20 to act to tackle anonymous shell companies, which allow criminals and corrupt businesses and officials to hide money and evade law enforcement.
I recently had the great pleasure of attending my friends’ wedding in Seoul, South Korea - huge congratulations to Miya and Phil! It was incredible. Everything about the trip exceeded my expectations, but nothing more so than the wonderful ONE members I met there.
Colin Farrell has something he needs to explain to you. It involves zombies, fast cars, a terrible Michael Jackson impersonator, and how global corruption is depriving developing countries of a trillion dollars every single year. And how you can help stop it. Have you got 3 minutes?
When a global financial system allows billions of dollars of corrupt or stolen money to flow unchecked around the globe... when financial secrecy helps strip Africa of US$50 billion each year, something is wrong. When the poor of this world see the wealth of their countries slip beyond their borders, something must be done.
The people of Sierra Leone are full of potential, and the country is rich with natural resources. What has hindered its development is corruption and foreign exploitation. If mining companies demonstrated more corporate social responsibility, they could significantly improve lives.
Every year, the Tech Awards recognises individuals and organisations that are creating innovations that make the world a better place. Some of these technologies are completely new inventions, and others are innovative uses of existing technologies. Here are 10 of the best.