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Please note: your posts will not be published immediately so stay tuned and watch this space.

MOO PAPER

Our ecological project known as Moo Paper consists of making ecological notebooks made out of cow feces. The ingredient that makes it possible to accomplish this project is the cellulose that the cow feces contains.

Light For Hope - Improving Education with Solar Lamps

Namibia is a country in southern Africa, with a lot of sunshine and many people who don’t have access to a good education. In our project, we have worked with Fidel Castro Primary School in Katutura.

The journey to thrive to success

One of our goals (good health and well-being) is to help vulnerable women who experience period poverty. Further more we think that is a very sensitive topic that does not get any views and as a team we think that this view that the world sees needs to be changed. As a team we will raise money and donate the money to a charity/foundation that supports to help vulnerable women.

Lend a Hand

Our project ‘Lend a Hand’ was started with an aim to increase the quality of education for 128 students at the Udugama Primary School. Our initial reach was identifying many sentimental problems of the Udugama Primary community such as lack of motivation, no proper teaching and learning environment and high level of absentiseem.

Blue Green Revolution

Our project is named Blue Green Revolution as we want to make as many water bodies in our area crystal clear and our area rich in greenery. We noticed that many people tend to litter the beach which in turn harms many of the sea life.

(dys)LEXIA: Don’t worry, we understand you!

At least 1 in 10 people are dyslexic. These students, whose language learning difference causes a deficiency with phonological processing when learning to read, are often mistakenly labelled as having a learning disability. But opinions need to change, and support improved... as these great young minds can bring tremendous gifts to the world.

Seed bombers - Giving Garden

Hi! We are the Seed Bombers Giving Garden group. In this project, our passion is in reducing poverty and offering jobs and opportunities.

Circular... innovation

My project is about “Innovative Business and Circular Economy”. Throughout this project, I tried to indicate the great importance of innovation, sustainable development and circular economy for business in our era.

Green Castle: Towards a future with Zero emissions of Co2

Green Castle project started from a group of students that wanted to make a change. The roots of this project started to grow in summer of 2019, when more and more scientists confirmed that we were closer to climate change being irreversible.

The Earth does not belong to us, We belong to the Earth.

This world is really disrupted due to humans. Animal’s habitats are getting damaged and trees are getting cut.

Book to Remember

The main concern of our team is to improve the quality of education in underprivileged schools in Sri Lanka. For this year's project we have selected Iriyaminna junior school in Kurunegala district.