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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...

Recycling to Educate

I found out that plastic does NOT DISAPPEAR for more than 400 years. We started to think that we should start doing something to change this....

Tackling the Plastic Plague

Every time I go to the supermarket, I see people walking out with bags on bags on bags of toxic single-use plastic grocery bags. Every witnessing of this makes me envision and cringe at the detriment this will serve to all life in water and on land. In the city of Abu Dhabi, these irresponsible plastic bag consumption behaviors have been ignored and continue to pollute the earth we live on.

Joy Of Giving

We are delighted to share a blog written by Donor Shell, a student at BVM International School in India, who is part of a team delivering a Global Goals project for the 2018-19 Global Goals Competition.

Record Numbers of Young People Are Participating in the Global Social Leaders Movement

We are excited to share that of the 422 schools from over 80 countries that have registered for the GSL Global Goals Competition a record 580 teams have submitted a project plan for feedback before our 1st December phase 1 deadline passed.

Act Like A Human

A report written by Duru, a student at TED Atakent School in Turkey who is part of a team delivering a Global Goals project for the 2018-19 Global Goals Competition.

Kids for a Better Future

A report written by Arsh, a Year 7 student at UUM International School in Malaysia who is part of a team delivering a Global Goals project for the 2018-19 Global Goals Competition.

GSL World Summit 2018

‘GSL was hands down the best experience of my life. Ever since then I have gained confidence and become more aware of the problems in this world and what I can do to change them. I have been doing my project to help the homeless and I want to be more involved in GSL and definitely want to return next time.’ Those inspiring words come from Deryn, one of 46 participants who took part in this year’s GSL World Summit at Wellington College in August. Find out what makes the GSL programme so special!