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Non-profit organisation Amala celebrates World Refugee Day with the launch of the first high school diploma for refugees. Displaced youth from Syria, Somalia, Sudan, Eritrea, Jordan and Iraq, have been selected to form the pioneering cohort in Amman, Jordan.

The 20th of June is World Refugee Day. We mark this day because every minute 20 people are forced to leave everything behind to escape war, persecution or terror. By the end of 2019, according to the UNHCR which is

CSR post-Covid-19 will be a new industry which drives businesses forward. Corporate Social Responsibility has changed drastically in recent years, as concerned customers and business leaders alike are questioning the role and responsibilities of corporations in building a more sustainable

The year 2020 has been very different from what all of us are used to. We are still within the first 6 months of the year and a number of events unfolded that damaged the environment and society. However, in

The businesses' purpose is going to be key to (re)building a sustainable and better society going forward. Here we have summarised the five things to avoid in your CSR strategy, in order to ensure it is a success for your

Company-charity engagement is key in creating a sustainable social, environmental and corporate environment. What exactly does this engagement entail? Communication between businesses and charities is important for targeting issues that are affecting the stakeholders of the company. Companies engage with

Before the pandemic, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) was already transforming from being viewed by leaders as their PR mechanism, operating as a somewhat separate entity, to being ‘the right thing to do’ and operating more in integration with the rest

The world is forever changed by the Covid-19 global pandemic. Beyond the immediate and serious health issues that some of us are dealing with in our families, challenges have arisen in all kinds of areas - for employers, for employees

Be Kind Movement has been promoting and celebrating the power of kindness since 2015. Their Kindness in School Programme provides learning opportunities for children and young people to develop their emotional intelligence skills. Using the visual medium of film, the

Restorative Cleveland - adaptation of service delivery: increased flexibility, creativity and responsivity to victim care, offender rehabilitation and the promotion of safer communities. Safer Communities (formerly Safe in Tees Valley) are a community safety charity, established in 1996. Our vision is

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