More than 16 million people in East Africa are in urgent need of food, following a prolonged drought. Our Global Dimension website provides information and teaching resources to help you explore this issue in class.
Nominations are now open for our Global Educator of the Year Award for 2017!
Together with the three other Development Education Networks in the UK, Think Global has written to Lord Bates, Minister of State for International Development, asking to meet to discuss the Global Learning Programme, and setting out the vital case for global learning.
Make a pledge to help make our world more just and sustainable through our DoNation campaign page. Pick a pledge or two such as ‘Fair Enough’, ‘Lights Out’ or ‘Well Oiled’ and commit yourself to it. Help us reach our target of 300 pledges!
Think Global kicked off Fairtrade Fortnight 2017 with a great show of solidarity yesterday, bringing people together to learn about the experiences of Palestinian small farmers and Indian co-operative workers, and demonstrate their support for the social economy.
Think Global has partnered up with New Internationalist’s Ethical Shop to help you shop online with a conscience. The shop is currently running a warehouse clearance sale with big reductions on many items.
Together with European partners, Think Global is launching a new project, Start the Change, to support young people to take action against extremism.
New research published from Think Global’s partners in the SupplyCha!nge consortium highlights the clear environmental and human rights abuses that occur in the Palm Oil supply chain – a key ingredient of many of our Christmas treats.
Join Think Global's six-week online twilight course starting 28 February and gain in confidence to deliver and advocate for global learning.
Think Global hosted a conference on Thursday 13th October titled ‘The Change Makers’. The conference brought together a range of speakers and guests from schools, education charities, social enterprises, think tanks, community organisations and INGOs.