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Fair Earth Foundation Programmes for Youth

The Fair Earth Foundation is the UK registered charity, working to inspire individuals to take action and make the world a better, fairer place. The main aim is to alleviate poverty around the world. As [...]

The English Channel for Building Skills

The English Channel is a website designed by a British Council presenting interactive videos to help you build career skills and learn English.  It offers plenty of engaging videos, question answering, and earning badges for your [...]

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DICE Young Storymakers

The DICE Young Storymakers are a group of 14 young journalists, aged 18-25, who are passionate about bringing stories of positive change in their countries to global audiences. They provide invaluable reporting capacity and locally informed perspectives [...]

Online Thinkathon Challenge #2

Online Thinkathon Challenge #2 is a series of events that aim to shape society and influence European and Canadian policy in 5 central areas of focus: racisms, health, climate change, gender equality, and education. The Challenge encourages [...]

Hubro Education – Business simulations

Simulations are the ultimate way to tie theory and practice together. Hubro Education allows students to run virtual companies with their award-winning online business simulation game. Hubro Education offers three online business simulation games: Business simulation: Run a [...]

Gamified Tool to Learn What The Theory of Change Is All About

The Theory of Change is a premier e-learning tool to optimise impact management and enhance social impact creation. As the cornerstone of impact management it is indispensable to any purpose-driven organisation targeting social or environmental value creation. It [...]

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