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A young girl working in the project.   Source: Ajuntament de Sant Boi

ARTaboo, community art and social inclusion

Youths from four European countries will paint a collective work of urban art dedicated to mental diseases.

Farmer. Photo: Pixabay

Survival International's report warns of abuses against indigenous communities in the Congo

The document points out more than 200 cases of human rights violations since 1989. It also criticises the role of large conservation NGOs on-site.

LGBTI flag. Photo: Wikimedia

Which non-profit organisations work in the LGBTI field?

There are many different organisations around the world standing for human rights and fighting to recognise the LGBTI community.

The spirit of kinder communities

Can small acts of kindness lay the ground work for cohesive communities? Kiren Saeed Zubairi tries to answer this question.

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Tapper-app against food waste now launched in Catalonia

It has been created by an association from Cornellà de Llobregat and its main purpose is to reduce food waste and promote the utilisation of daily surplus generated by small businesses and restaurants.

Girl drinking water in a disco. Image: FCC

#TournéeMinérale, the campaign to fight cancer in Belgium

The Belgian Foundation against Cancer is promoting an initiative that invites participants to not drink alcohol at all for 28 days.

Female genital mutilation. Photo: MONUSCO Photos, Flickr

European network of NGOs to prevent female genital mutilation

Doctors of the World is one of the 15 organisations involved in the project, aiming to ensure sustainable European action to end female circumcision all over the world.  

Colour, an important aspect when creating images. Image: Pixabay

How to create visual content for NGO?

Before images and videos can be shared on social media, they have to be built.

The enthusiasm of getting started

The excitement at starting a new project, the nostalgia for projects that come to an end and the stamina to continue volunteering and enjoying it. All of this and a little more in this article by Joan Rosinach.

Big Local: bringing positive change

When I first started to volunteer at Big Local Revoelution just over two years ago, I was very timid and shy. Having social anxiety and bipolar disorder made me very isolated and I wouldn’t leave the house or even my bed for weeks at a time. From the first day I set foot in the Revoelution hub, I haven’t been away.