Social justice, sustainability, poverty and gender equality are all significant contemporary issues which the not-for-profit social enterprise Global Goods Partners..
Africa Unseen: What the West Chooses Not to Tell
What’s wrong with the EU Asylum system and how it can be fixed
Quality Education is what matters: We need to invest in it
Sustaining Destruction: Nuclear Weapons and the Sustainable Development Goals
Girl Safety: Why Education is not Preparing Girls for the Real World
Leave No One Caring Behind
Fighting Modern Slavery. Interview with Elise Groulx
50 Million children are on the move: An international crisis
The Sisterhood Rising: A conversation we’re not having about the energy access sector
The Sisterhood Rising: Women doing it for themselves, and for their communities
Sustainable menstrual health solutions for women in Uganda
Investing in Education: Global Leaders and Followers
#MeToo: Taking it to the Next Level
Woman Who Code : Inspiring Women into Technology
INTEGRATING REFUGEES INTO NATIONAL SYSTEMS: ETHIOPIA
The Sisterhood Rising: Tipping the balance to making gender equity the company norm
The Sisterhood Rising: A series of stories of women empowering others
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