10 October Oct 2017 1600 10 October 2017
Here are the toughest places in the world for a girl to get an education
A new report by The One Campaign reveals the ten toughest countries and highlights some of the many unique barriers girls face
19 September Sep 2016 1001 19 September 2016
Europe spent more aid within its own borders than overseas
ONE launches its Data Report 2016, which every year tracks official development assistance (ODA) flows and trends for the world’s major donors.
4 August Aug 2016 1204 04 August 2016
Oxfam offered help to more people than ever before
Oxfam GB provided emergency aid to almost nine million people in 2015/16, the highest number in its history, according to its annual report. The majority of these people were fleeing conflict and disaster
27 July Jul 2016 1012 27 July 2016
Amnesty: National self-interests risk scuppering UN Global Compact
Amnesty International is warning that with just under a week to go, a group of unlikely bedfellows including Australia, China, Egypt, India, Russia, Pakistan and the UK, among others, risk bulldozing through the only worldwide effort under way to provide concrete action to deal with the global refugee crisis affecting 20 million people.
5 July Jul 2016 1442 05 July 2016
UNICEF, 16 million children were born in war zones
According to the humanitarian organization, 250 million boys and girls around the world are growing up in crisis-affected regions.
9 June Jun 2016 0840 09 June 2016
Innovation, the buzzword for the nonprofit players
The most impressive accounts of the 27th Annual General Assembly & Conference of the European Foundation Centre, highlighted by Fondazione CRT.
27 May May 2016 1005 27 May 2016
The refugees crisis is at the top of the agenda as the EFC kicks off its annual conference
The ongoing refugees crisis is a challenge to our common humanity. How can governments, the private sector, civil society organisations and philanthropy response?
13 April Apr 2016 1508 13 April 2016
#MentalHealthNow: depression and anxiety are on the rise
When you’re sitting down at the dinner table tonight, look around. One in four of you will be affected by mental illness at some point in your life. Not only that, but the latest WHO statistics show that common mental disorders are increasing worldwide. Between 1990 and 2013, the number of people suffering from depression and/or anxiety increased by nearly 50%, from 416 million to 615 million.
2 March Mar 2016 1519 02 March 2016
Commission proposes new emergency assistance instrument for faster crisis response
As the refugee crisis continues to put pressure on many European Member States, the Commission proposes a faster way for support to be provided to tackle wide-ranging humanitarian crises within the EU
16 February Feb 2016 0954 16 February 2016
EU launches new European Medical Corps to respond faster to emergencies
Medical teams and assets will be available for rapid deployment when an emergency strikes inside and outside the EU.