EduAction : Increasing the World-View of the Next Leading Generation

What if the world could fit in a school? EduAction’s slogan is both an encouraging question and an indication of the intention of the organization. Having been recently qualified, it is new to the NGO league, although not new to the game. This is their spiel, as stated on the official Facebook page: “EduAction Project…

The Benefits of Being See-Through

Making big decisions in life, especially ones involving significant amounts of time and money, can be scary. So often we hear stories of good-hearted people trying to do the right thing, only to be met by schemers who take advantage. Charitable organizations are no exception to this occurrence. Corruption is rampant. To make intelligent decisions…

What we’re missing is help at home

Contributing to the ‘big picture’ of the world’s wellbeing, and that of the human race in general, is extremely rewarding. That’s probably why so many people are throwing their time and money at huge multinational, supra-national, well-known organizations. While anything anyone does towards achieving a better tomorrow is worthwhile, just like ‘every penny counts’, the…

Protecting who?

Originally posted on Harmonious Anarchy:
Tonight’s post comes to you from a sleep deprived mind, and as I’m writing this on my phone I apologise for the lack of supporting links, and any grammatical/spelling/auto correct mistakes. Today I watched footage of an unarmed civilian being murdered on the side walk as a group of horrified…

Non-Profit Organizations and their Growing Importance in the World Today

Being involved with a charity or nonprofit is pretty popular these days. Which is awesome! It may leave some of us a little flustered, however, in understanding what exactly this entails. Lets begin by defining what these organizations actually are: A nonprofit organization simply dictates that it is not making money on top of its expenses….

Israel, Palestine, And Social Media

This is a really interesting comment on political conflicts in relation to social media. The majority of young people get a huge amount of their knowledge on current events from Facebook and twitter feeds- and this article may shed some light on collecting correct information and seeing the bias in what other people usually have…

Two Countries, No Home

Above is a link to a New York Times article, describing difficulties that plague a Mexican who grew up in the United States then returned to Mexico to peruse better possible opportunities. What is so sad is that a person can be a legitimate member of any or multiple societies, yet feel uncategorized and not…