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Shrewsbury Global Social Leaders

As the 2018 UK winners of the Global Goals competition with their outstanding project to help local refugees settle into the Shrewsbury community, this 3 Day GSL Catalyst was the prize for the school; to motivate and inspire the next wave of Global Social Leaders. As a school, Shrewsbury has a strong culture of GSL and a weekly-meeting GSL Society, so we were hugely excited to be delivering a Catalyst in this hotbed of action.

AN INTERNET FRENZY! "THE GLOBAL VILLAGE OF TOMORROW

Did you know researchers are debating to add internet addiction as a mental disorder? I want to share a story that inspired me to take up the challenge of reducing inappropriate content addiction. The daily Nation newspaper (Kenya) wrote about Ruth Njagi, 18, who had battled an addiction that many would find hard to confess. She speaks to Joan Thatiah about her struggle to stay her path, and what that has taught her about herself.“I was about six years old when I was defiled by three pre-teenage boys from our neighbourhood in Kirinyaga County.

Closing the GAP

The need we have identified in Ghana is the lack of knowledge about 21st century problems such as pollution, climate change, bad leadership and so on. Upon realisation, the five of us embarked on a journey to find a solution that is The GAP class. The GAP class is a project led by a series of workshops, campaigns and seminars to raise awareness and participation in young people from both disadvantaged and fortunate backgrounds to close the gap between young people who have this knowledge and those who do not.

1000 book mission

We created "one thousand book mission" project to spread knowledge and education worldwide. Education is a right for many children in the world that they can't reach it easily due to poverty and wars that has destroyed their country and its ID. Our goal is to collect 1000 books from volunteers and donate it to charities and needed schools however, we faced many difficulties to collect the needed amount of books to accomplish our project therefore, we shared our project over social media and websites to gain some support. we also created a booth in our school to encourage students to donate books. So far We are half way through achieving our goal.

Automatic Watering System

our project aims to reduce the intake of water by adopting an automatic watering system functioned by the raspberry pi. With this functional system, we opt to water plants relying on specific factors such as humidity, time intervals, etc. .

Green Warriors of GIIS EC Campus Singapore

Singapore a very small island nation, located one degree north of the equator, a place of efficient infrastructure, many sky scrapers and blessed with tropical weather. Singapore does not have any large farms, plantations or orchards, Thanks to the government which is trying its very best to develop, maintain and grow its green cover. GIIS EC Campus is a tropical haven, spread over 8.8 acres with more than 200 trees.

Roll some Seed Balls with Happy Seeds to secure green future

We, a group of seven children studying in Sixth grade at Rustomjee Cambridge International School ( RCIS) with the thought leadership and blessings of our very enthusiastic teacher Aanchal miss and Principal Tanya ma’am are set out to achieve United Nation’s Goal : Life on Land.

Join the Rainbow Challenge!

Rainbow Challenge is a project aimed at supporting the LGBTQ+ community in our local community in Hong Kong and Hangzhou, China. We believe that there is an ever-growing need for acceptance, understanding and empathy towards members of the LGBTQ+ community.

Shed light on darkness

In Lebanon, and local community, mental diseases are on the rise which threat development in any other area. For example, depression -a common type of mental disease- can hurdle his academic achievement. As a school, we decided to face this kind of problem to free our students’ minds and spirit of those diseases that handicap, and limit, our thinking and achievements.

Namaste from Global Social Leaders in India

In December 2018 we were invited back to JBCN International School in Mumbai to work with an incredible group of young students from JBCN International School. Here, Future Foundations' coach James Canvin tells us more about the experience and impact on the participants.

BSAK's sustainable journey begins!

Within our local community we have identified a lack of awareness and concern for our actions and their impact on the environment. Hence, we are attempting to educate our community on the consequences of their actions, and providing them with small but effective ways to become more environmentally friendly.

TA Foundation-Gave Strays a Second Life

I want to focus on the development of schools about the awareness of helping stray animals, I have several aims...