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Please note: your posts will not be published immediately so stay tuned and watch this space.

The New Normal - Covid-19 Precautions

Covid-19 is The New Normal. It is a virus that enters your body and affects your respiratory system.

iishraq, together we rise

IISHRAQ means sunrise and we believe that just like the dawn education brings light and colour in one's life, hence we named our initiative after it . The change we want to bring is to give underprivileged children worldwide the opportunity to hone their skills and acquire new abilities through our development program.


Humanitieshearts is a global youth non-profit. The project we embarked on for the GSL is one we call the HH Syllabus. A text-based project aimed at helping orphanages in rural Africa during the pandemic. The project allows for volunteers to sign up to create worksheets and content tailored to fit rural orphanages' needs.

The Green Game

We are the Elec-trick-ators and we are striving to develop a solution to some of the world's greatest challenges through the Sustainable Development Goals. We aim to produce electrical energy by processing waste materials through the Hydro-wheel project.

Building a house with stones and water

One in every ten young women cannot afford sanitary pads to take care of themselves, as a result of this, many drop out of school and the others use unsanitary items, some of which include; clothes , towels, newspapers, etc.

Join us and help reduce microplastics pollution!

Have you ever seen a nurdle? Do you know what it is? A few years ago, one of our project team members has first come to be aware of, and started taking interest in the topic of microplastics and the harm they do to the environment.

Education Without Barriers

We are taking action to reduce inequalities in education that many disabled children in our community face through our project.

Smile For Tomorrow, Live For Tomorrow

The need that was identified was depression, and specifically the need of students within our community who feel depressed and feel like there is no one to listen to their problems, and need help and advice regarding such concerns.

Read to Grow

"Education is the most powerful weapon that you can use to change the world" and that's exactly why we do what we do.

Tech for all

C’19 and the transformational technological leap is what defines 2020. I am sure this era marks an integral part of every educationist and learner. Fumbling with zoom meetings and Google classrooms is all how it began a year ago. “Am I audible” and “Can you see my screen” are perhaps the widely spoken phrases around our world.

Hustling to make a change

The Community Services Club organised a house-wise bake sale. This was a huge success, thanks to everyone’s participation. The funds generated by this bake sale were used for a warm clothes drive. Warm jackets, gloves, socks and caps were donated to a madrassa and an orphanage.

Lets be mentally strong!

My project is to make people aware that having bad mental health is a very serious issue and that they should prioritise their health and themselves more than anything else in the world.