GLOBAL GOALS BLOGS

We are excited to share the blogs written by students from around the World who are taking part in our GSL Global Goals Competition. Every article tells a story of incredible young people who are creating positive social change in their communities. 

We want all our participants to be inspired by each others journeys, and to feel part of a global network of schools and students who are committed to creating a better world.

Click on a photo below to read the blog of your choice.

Submit your blog

We love to share your stories with the world! If you want us to publish your blog on our website and social media channels click on the icon above or scroll down and complete the embedded blog submission form. It’s quick, simple and will make a difference.

Please note: your posts will not be published immediately so stay tuned and watch this space.

Our Belief Is That The Education Shouldn't Be Bound Down By Poverty

Whereas we wanted to blend and contribute our time, talents, efforts, creativity as the youngsters to let the world know that our voice and efforts can move mountains and be the change we wanted to make.

Little Paws For Stray Paws

We as a group have observed that many animals have been thrown out of their homes and left on the street. We hoped to help these stray animals find a house and get sufficient food to live.

Good health, more wealth

We realised that malaria and cholera are the prevailing diseases in Mallam. Having experienced malaria at least once in our lives, we decided that if we can, we must do something to prevent others from getting malaria.

Everyone Deserves Clean Water

When we first started this project, we had but one goal in mind. We wanted to deliver clean water to all. This has not changed since. The water situation in Indonesia is not particularly fantastic, especially in my city of Jakarta

Kindness @ GIIS EC

In this fast paced world, where people live a hectic life and are always on the run, humans are moving away from a kind world.

Girl Effect (English and Math)

Going abroad and being exposed to how life can be with a higher level of equality between the two sexes has made me realise just how unfair and prevalent the issue is...