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The Day Portsmouth’s Star & Crescent met SUSY

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.

The Reality of Pesticide Poisoning

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.

Sharing “Susy” with university students

Programme Managers Faaria Ahmad and Catherine Richardson visited students at Goldsmiths and the University of East London to discuss Think Global's involvement in an EC-funded project which aims to promote social and solidarity economy as an alternative economic model that can help to alleviate poverty.
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