My mom is terrified of the Ebola virus and is constantly on the edge. She's easily irritated, and it’s all just stressing her out. I'm really just tired and want this whole thing to be over. It's really set our country ten steps behind. I'm afraid but I can’t let fear get the best of me.
When it comes to exposing global corruption, investigative journalists have an important role to play. That's why ONE staff were thrilled to sit down with Ken Silverstein, an investigative reporter who uncovers global corruption and secret deals, at ONE's Washington D.C. office last week.
Over the last few weeks, global efforts to combat the Ebola outbreak in parts of West Africa have been growing. The World Health Organisation (WHO) now has a strategy to fight the disease, while donors have started contributing money and resources. But it’s not enough.
Forget Bonnie and Clyde and Jesse James. The real pros steal money in super-massive amounts, on an industrial scale. And for really big thefts you need to be organised and connected, so businesses and politicians rank high on the list of the world’s greatest heists. Here's 11 of the biggest thefts in history.
I’ve called my MP before. I was amazed. It was like speaking to an actual human being. I felt silly for ever being worried about it, but this video and script will help you pick up the phone and make sure your MP is turning up on Friday to support the International Development bill.
In Liberia, one of the countries most affected by the Ebola outbreak, neighbourhoods like Dolo's Town and West Point have been quarantined to contain the spread of the virus. These photos reveal what life was like here and how the World Food Programme is helping.
This past July I spent my summer holiday in South Africa. Three things stood out: the overwhelming sense of community, people's determination; and their sustainable living. One student I met, Nthateng, shared a poem she had written. It articulates everything ONE stands for.
We just launched a new report with this shocking fact: at least one trillion dollars is siphoned out of poor countries EACH year, robbing governments of valuable resources that could be used to fund the fight against extreme poverty, disease and hunger. Why is this happening exactly? These 3 facts sum it up.
Ever wondered where the profits from dodgy deals and crime end up? Here are eleven places that have been used to hide ill-gotten gains. As we launch a new campaign to stop the Trillion Dollar Scandal that deprives poor countries of more than $1 trillion a year, we’re digging into the web of secrecy that makes it all possibl...
The money rich countries spend helping poor countries is bigger than money coming the other way, right? Wrong. We have just launched a campaign exposing the biggest heist you’ve never heard of. More than a trillion dollars is syphoned from poor countries every year by criminals, corrupt officials and dodgy secretive firms.
Today we are launching a new interactive tool that will allow anyone in Europe to see whether their representative in the European Parliament has endorsed the ONE VOTE 2014 campaign or not. And it then helps you contact them to either thank them or ask them for their support.
When a beautiful Brussels park turns red, green and blue, when a great sound fills the air and when people give their voices to fight extreme poverty, we get the perfect match: ONE Campaign and music festivals.
Calling all civil society organisations and non-governmental organisations based in Africa - cam you demonstrate commitment and success in advocacy towards achieving the MDGs? If so, apply for the ONE Africa Award!