Over 400 children in the Netherlands used their creativity to get behind our #EveryParent campaign for universal access to life-saving vaccinations. We asked them to draw what having a healthy shot at life meant. The pictures feature their memories of having vaccinations at health centres, their families and even Minions!
Aid and Development
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.
We want to get this out of the way quickly – international aid/foreign aid/official development assistance (ODA) – is confusing. There. We’ve said it. It's essential that all donor countries work within a clear framework to define and measure aid, but the current one isn't working. Here's 11 ways to put it right.
As students around the world get ready for a new academic year, set yourself a new reading list to broaden your global perspective. These 5 books come with a recommendation from ONE staff.
Today, Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, Malala Yousafzai, Graca Machel, Bono, Mo Ibrahim and Muhammed Yunus have joined forces to sound a warning that 2015 is a year of huge opportunity, but also of huge risk. They are calling on world leaders to step up the fight against poverty, inequality and climate change.
Could it be that a bearded man in a dress has rekindled Europe’s appetite for democracy? Conchita Wurst was the people’s choice. Perhaps European voters will now relish the chance to go to the polls again, during this years European Parliamentary elections.
It's no secret that Australia is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. But it's not just the beaches, mountains and forests that make it shine, it's the impact it has on tackling extreme poverty.
Last week, the UK Government announced that 80% of British taxpayers will receive an income tax statement later this year which will illustrate how the government uses it, from defence spending to education to overseas aid.
This incredible collection of maps really puts the African continent's population, income, growth, and potential into context.