As G7 leaders conclude their 2022 summit, anti-poverty organization The ONE Campaign has cautioned that words and aspirations alone are not enough to protect people around the world.
The ONE Campaign today released its Five Point Plan to End the Pandemic, intended to provide a roadmap for world leaders to finally curb the COVID-19 crisis.
The ONE Campaign, the global advocacy organization co-founded by U2 lead singer Bono to fight extreme poverty and preventable diseases, has appointed Suzanne Granville to be its Executive Director for North America.
Earlier today G7 ministers announced the launch of the Global Alliance for Food Security (GAFS).
In the face of an unchecked pandemic, an uneven global recovery and a new food and energy crisis, world leaders need to step up and act at high level meetings taking place this week in the United States and Europe.
“The world today is facing converging crises of conflict, pandemics, and climate change. We continue to face a global health crisis and must respond to the challenge of rebuilding and preparing for what is next.
The G20 fell short of delivering collective action needed to tackle the pandemic despite progress on climate and commitments from some individual countries and the efforts of the Italian Presidency.
As the G20 leaders prepare to meet in person for the first time since the start of the pandemic, new analysis released by the ONE Campaign today reveals the chief obstacles standing in the way of global efforts to end the pandemic.
ONE and Global Citizen react to the IMF/World Bank Annual Meetings and G20/G7 meetings
As world leaders meet today at the global COVID-19 summit convened by President Joe Biden, new analysis released by The ONE Campaign highlights the pressing need for countries to seize this opportunity to accelerate efforts to get vaccines around the world
Following today’s Global Education Summit announcements where donors raised around $4 billion, and 18 Heads of State endorsed President Kenyatta’s domestic call to action and committed to $192 billion in domestic funding
G7 and EU leaders have agreed on a joint pledge of $2.75 billion ahead of the upcoming Global Partnership for Education