On 28th November, international cooperation and development NGOs celebrated Giving Tuesday and seeked support from citizens through the donation platform.
The "Radiator Awards’" aim is to change how fund-raising campaigns communicate and involve people with with cooperation projects.
weSAVEeat brings shops and users together in order to sell the surplus of the day at cheaper prices.
One of the goals of 2025 is to regain the two hours of time difference with the rest of the world.
On Sunday 12th November, 27 representatives from 14 countries gathered to address the challenges faced by countries in the refugees networks.
The Convention on the Rights of the Child, which was approved in 1989 and confirmed by 195 countries, recognises and safeguards children’s rights all over the world.
EU3leader launches two online meetings with representatives of the non-profit sector to be held in the month of November.
The global movement ATD Fourth World calls to action in order to make a world without poverty. Dozens of events have been prepared on the 17th October.
The publication will be a supplement to the daily "Corriere della Sera", and intends to broadcast news related to solidarity-based economic and social issues.
Youth in Action Association is a non-profit established in the community of Kédougou, which works on projects relating to children, health and community development.
Translators Without Borders and The Rosetta Foundation, the leading NGOs in the field of translation worldwide, start an integration process while keeping independent spaces.
Some organisations are giving support after the disaster by distributing food, water and other facilities to affected areas.
The NGO Vols is a volunteering association for cooperation and solidarity with children and youth in developing countries. Their working scope is mainly education.
The Imagine All the People project is aiming a world living in peace without possessions, religions and countries to be achieved in 2222.
NGOs support those that were thrown off the plane. More than 1.500 non-profit organisations, groups and individuals have joined the campaign #YouLoveFlying.
As long as we are truthful about our ads, why can’t we use some marketing techniques to recruit volunteers?