Today, the United Nations General Assembly adopted 17 Global Goals that could end extreme poverty and improve the lives of BILLIONS of people around the world. Here are the Global Goals to change the world: Goal 1. End poverty in all its forms everywhere You’ve seen the news, the global financial crisis, the global warming......
In a few days time, the leaders of seven of the world’s richest countries will meet in Germany for a global summit. Together they are known as the G7 and the decisions they make will affect us all. These are the 7 big things we’re asking the G7 for action on - help us out by sharing these graphics to spread the word.
The recent HSBC scandal gives a glimpse of the industrial scale of money held in tax havens. Some banks have let tax evasion, money laundering and corruption happen under their watch. And if you’re like me, you’re probably feeling pretty angry. That's why we're campaigning for data on money held in tax havens to be releas...
Transparency is one of the big issues we campaign on, so we’re excited to hear about a new platform that’s just launched: afriLeaks. Inspired by the original concept of Wikileaks, afriLeaks allows journalists, whistle-blowers and yes even you, to leak confidential documents of public interest.
One of the most-followed events in Africa, the 2015 Cup of Nations (AFCON) football tournament, has kicked off. Eight teams are in action over the weekend and I’ll be watching to see who makes it through these first few matches.
A lot of global development news broke in 2014. With the help of ONE's excellent policy team, we rounded up the most important findings of the year, from nutrition to energy. Scroll through to catch up on facts you may have missed.
Our top stories this year include a Google Earth tour of the world's most corrupt homes, Ebola explained in infographics, and GIFs every activist will relate to. Enjoy catching up on anything you missed, and we look forward to bringing you more great blogs next year.
In 2014, we revealed a shocking scandal. Every year, more than a trillion dollars is siphoned out of developing countries. Here's the highlights of our campaign and what the future has in store for our campaigns to tackle the corruption that fuels extreme poverty.
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.
Today, on the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty, I am very excited to tell you something we could only dream of a few months ago. The majority of the European Parliament is publicly committed to support the fight against extreme poverty! THANK YOU all ONEsters - you made this happen.
Neymar. Dempsey. Suarez. Messi. Robben. These are some of the stars of the 2014 World Cup. There’s one more name you should know: Ricardo Teixeira, aka “Tricky Ricky”. He was one of three senior FIFA officials who took bribes from marketing firm ISL which was awarded valuable World Cup TV and radio rights.