Since we launched our Poverty is Sexist campaign in March this year, an astounding 1 MILLION people have signed our petition. Whaaat? Yep you read that right. This is a record-breaking campaign for ONE, especially because more than 750,000 supporters signed up across Africa, using their mobile phones.
Today world leaders, celebrities and global citizens from around the world are gathering on the Königsplatz, Munich, to stand #againstpoverty. On the eve of the G7, we call on world leaders to make the courageous decisions necessary to end extreme poverty by 2030.
We're in Munich with 250 ONE Youth Ambassadors from around the world for the G7 Summit. Check out an interactive map of their journeys to the G7, and follow our live social media feed to see all the action as it happens!
Munich. A beautiful German city on the banks of River Isar, north of the Bavarian Alps, home to international sports events, exhibitions, Oktoberfest, and come this evening, 250 Youth Ambassadors from 11 countries. So, not your average Thursday.
You’ve all heard of famous inventors such Thomas Jefferson (The Great Clock), Alexander Graham Bell (telephone) and Benjamin Franklin (bifocal glasses), but do you know who Grace Hopper and Stephanie Kwolek are?
Have you ever imagined speaking in front of a crowded audience at the Universal Exhibition - EXPO? I have to admit I’m quite an ambitious girl, but I’ve never dared to dream that much… until I became a ONE Youth Ambassador!
This week Italian Youth Ambassadors assembled in Rome for a day of action around ONE’s Poverty is Sexist campaign. It was a great day... Long, exciting, sometimes hectic, but - most of all - beautiful.
We want to let you in on something big we’re planning to do today. It’s going to involve thousands of people, standing with girls and women around the world, and we need your help to really make a splash! Two months ago, we launched a bold new campaign with a simple – but pretty powerful – message:......
Now that the initial buzz of the UK election results have died down, we’ve taken a look at what a majority Conservative government will mean for international development: By 2020, the manifesto commits the Conservative Party to immunising 76 million children, helping 11 million children in the poorest countries gain ......
Despite the evidence of a greater need and a greater value for aid in the very poorest countries, since 2010 donor governments have reduced the proportion of aid to going there. If I were UK Prime Minister, this is what's I'd change.