Kate Jones reflects on a recent workshop she delivered at the Association for Teachers of Mathematics conference.
Lisa Lee reflects on our Fairtrade Fortnight Speakers' Tour and the value of the social and solidarity economy.
Sarah Williams welcomes a new staff member to Think Global and reports on a trip to Zagreb where they met with European partners to plan work for an exciting new two-year project, Start the Change.
Think Global's CEO Jess McQuail reports on an inspiring visit to a Global Learning Programme Expert Centre, where Year 8 pupils were working with pupils from feeder primaries on a transition project exploring the Arctic, and their carbon footprint.
Catherine Richardson discusses our December roundtable event with the British Council, which brought together a range of stakeholders from across the skills and international development sectors.
When Sarah Cheverton, Editor in Chief of hyperlocal news site, Star & Crescent, discovered the SUSY project at a workshop in Portsmouth, she was surprised to discover how much independent news has to learn from global development projects.
In May 2016, Think Global hosted 4 students from University College London who were taking part in a Global Citizenship programme. This entailed intense training at university, followed by afternoons at different organisations. Angela, Chris, Chantal and Moriyah worked on our Supply Cha!nge project, producing a short awareness-raising video, tweets, memes and this blog.
Following the launch of our new report "Turbulent Times: Skills for a Global World", Catherine Richardson discusses some of the ways we are looking to move forward with our programme of work around the skills young people need to survive and thrive in a global world.
A lot has been written about the EU referendum and there will be much more published in the final few days. These think pieces and articles are not just political spats from either side of the fence but a wider debate has emerged around critiques of the referendum itself. Are there enough facts for us to make these decisions?
Catherine Richardson reflects on her experience of attending the Annual Commonwealth Day seminar at the Palace of Westminster.