Global Citizenship Blogging Challenge
What does global citizenship mean and why should we be talking about it at AIDemocracy? This summer,… [more]
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Young Leaders Creating Big Change
There is plenty going on in today’s world and things are changing quickly everyday. From poverty to… [more]
Voices From Our Network …
By Jillian Tsacoyeanes. Those who work in the field of international development recognize it as a diverse field. Developing countries, or countries in the Global South, span a multitude of ethnicities, religions, languages, and cultures. Individuals living in extreme poverty in Bolivia, … [Read More...]
By Ani Hakobyan. Many ex-Soviet countries are known for their familial successions to head of state. Azerbaijan’s current president is none other than former Communist leader and first president Heydar Aliyev’s son Ilham, while Belorussian president Alexander Lukashenko, often referred to as … [Read More...]
By Wanjiku Gatheru. Water – the essential ingredient to life on earth – has become increasingly scarce. Across the globe, clean and accessible drinking water is out of reach for over 1 billion people. As the world population rapidly increases, access to clean water is becoming a leading concern … [Read More...]
By Jo Grode. As I read about the oppression of women all over the world, more often than not the places with the worst gender-based violence, gender inequality, or gender discrimination happen to be communities and even countries that are anchored in poverty. In other words, there seems to be a … [Read More...]
By Julia Al-Akkad. Natural History. Literature. Art. Music. This is a list of only a mere few of the subjects banned in schools under IS control. The Islamic State is terrorizing the Middle East through the physical brutality and cruelty towards all people who disagree with their extremist … [Read More...]
By Sakiera M. Volunteers are crucial actors of change for any non-profit. They provide significant support, spread an organizations mission, and are often willing to wear many hats if they know it will help and advance an organizations’ mission. Below are 4 Steps that I believe will help any … [Read More...]
What does global citizenship mean and why should we be talking about it at AIDemocracy? This summer, two of our wonderful bloggers, Sharon Mutwiwa and Marilyn Atwood, sought to engage global citizenship into the AIDemocracy discussion and challenged the AIDemocracy community to think about the … [Read More...]