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Petition: https://secure.greenpeace.org.uk/page/s/lego-block-shell-2?source=em&subsource=20140701staem01&utm_source=gpeace&utm_medium=em&utm_campaign=20140701staem01

gets LEGO to dump Shell. LEGO has cut ties with Shell after a successful Greenpeace campaign drew massive public support against the oil giant drilling in the Arctic.

In Bangladesh the “Vision of Girls”-project is one of the ways Action Aid fights to create better futures for young girls. As a member of Activista I have had the honor to meet Salma who used to live in the street.

What Activistas can learn from Salma – a former street child

Book Aid International - books changes lives secondary school poster competition

Special commendation to Zara for for really strong, balanced design, great use of pattern, and for giving Book Aid International lots of love!

Breaks my heart

20 Most Powerful "Save The Animals" Ads

Video Featuring Radiohead and Jude Law . The melting Arctic is under threat from oil drilling, industrial fishing and conflict. You can Save The Arctic.

https://twitter.com/intent/follow?ea_u=2921168575  Does Books that Change People's Lives.

https://twitter.com/intent/follow?ea_u=2921168575 Does Books that Change People's Lives.

Welcome to nonyeeges' blog....: Halting and reversing HIV/Aids - #EndHIVThursday

Hello NEBs i want y'all to join in the discussion on - Halting and reversing HIV/Aids. What can we do to stop HIV from .

ActionAid photo of the week. See more on our education work in Uganda: http://act.ai/uganda_education

ActionAid photo of the week. See more on our education work in Uganda: http://act.ai/uganda_education

Greenpeace / LEGO / Shell : un Buzz à Surveiller de Près

Greenpeace / LEGO / Shell : un Buzz à Surveiller de Près

drought and dust

Whilst I’m standing in the village talking to a mother and daughter about the food situation, a dust twister suddenly appears and shoots through the village.

Bamba (age 10) left school for two years to work seven days a week at a store, in Zanzan Region of Côte d’Ivoire. With the aid of the local School Girl Mothers’ Club, Bamba returned to her studies in 2009. Now she works only on weekends. Primary school enrolment in the impoverished region is only 40 per cent; it is even lower among girls. UNICEF supports every child’s right to education.  ©UNICEF/Oliver Asselin   To see more: www.unicef.org/photography

Bamba (age 10) left school for two years to work seven days a week at a store, in Zanzan Region of Côte d’Ivoire. With the aid of the local School Girl Mothers’ Club, Bamba returned to her studies in 2009. Now she works only on weekends. Primary school enrolment in the impoverished region is only 40 per cent; it is even lower among girls. UNICEF supports every child’s right to education. ©UNICEF/Oliver Asselin To see more: www.unicef.org/photography

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