24 November Nov 2016 1019 24 November 2016
Play bocce to support the needy ones
November 29 is #GivingTuesday: Nove Onlus and Italian Bocce Federation organize the only event in Italy in support of the project "Lend a hand to an Italian"
18 October Oct 2016 0838 18 October 2016
Now hiring across Europe. The NGOs are looking for you
The recruitment service for NGO’s, Good Moves, makes its grand entrance in Brussels. What it means for the NGOs and for the job seekers
12 October Oct 2016 1004 12 October 2016
The digital age as an opportunity to improve youth mental health
Mental Health Europe, together with Members of the European Parliament Miriam Dalli (Malta, S&D) and Julie Ward (UK, S&D) as well as the European Commissioner for Health Vytenis Andriukaitis celebrated World Mental Health Day in the European Parliament.
27 September Sep 2016 0905 27 September 2016
The new couple in town: the affair between the third sector and the fourth estate
Journalists love NGOs the most and business the least. The findings of the report "Eu Media relations, Brussels journalist Survey & what the findings reveal for communicators".
22 September Sep 2016 1459 22 September 2016
Most people ignore the progress in the global poverty fight
According to the "Towards 2030 without poverty" report, 87% of people around the world believes that global poverty has either stayed the same or gotten worse over the past 20 years, when the exact opposite is true – it has more than halved.
20 September Sep 2016 1700 20 September 2016
Global Goals Week: How would you like the world to be in 2030?
This week is Global Goals Week, the world campaign aimed at raising awareness of the UN Global Goals for Sustainable Development. The campaign, ending on the 25th of September, is targeted at young people in particular. AIESEC, the world’s largest student network, has joined Global Goals Week.
8 September Sep 2016 1100 08 September 2016
The truth about the Syrian refugee crisis
Screened at the Venice film festival 2016, ‘The War Show’ is a documentary on the Syrian conflict told from the point of view of a former radio DJ Obaidah Zytoon and her friends
29 July Jul 2016 0943 29 July 2016
Migrants, what if they knew the risks before they left ?
Migrants have voiced the horrors of their trip across the Mediterranean in a new media campaign. The goal? Discouraging potential migrants from attempting the perilous journey across the Mediterranean Sea.
15 July Jul 2016 1547 15 July 2016
It is time to reckon with the various shades of Jihad à la carte
Muslim organizations denounce terrorism when it strikes in Brussels, Paris, London and Nice. “The not in my name” crowd though, justifies jihad when it strikes in Israel and Syria, argues Valentina Colombo.
8 July Jul 2016 1128 08 July 2016
The best time for humans to be alive
According to key scholars, we have never had it so good. Life expectancy has risen by more in the past 50 years than in the previous 1,000. One-eighth of the globe lived in extreme poverty as opposed to two-fifths at the time of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Global illiteracy has dropped from one-half to one-sixth in the same span of time. In today's world, a child born almost anywhere today can expect to grow up healthier, wealthier and smarter than at any other time in history.