Following on from our guest blog from Annemiek Hoogenboom highlighting our partnership with the People’s Postcode Lottery, Georgina Mortimer has written on the A World At School blog about the expansion of our Global Youth Ambassador program to Lebanon. These Global Youth Ambassadors are joining a movement of hundreds of young people around the world […]
On June 30th, Theirworld founder Sarah Brown’s twitter account was compromised. It's Red from @AngryBirds. I’ve hacked @SarahBrownUK’s – HAH ! For the first time ever I’m angry enough to TWEET!!! pic.twitter.com/u33UY2eajF — Sarah Brown (@SarahBrownUK) June 30, 2015 As it turned out, her account had been hacked by Red from Angry Birds in protest […]
In May, the People’s Postcode Lottery visited Lebanon with Theirworld to witness up close how the largest refugee crisis in forty years is experienced through the eyes of its youngest victims. The following is a guest blog from their director, Annemiek Hoogenboom. Please click here to learn more about our partnership with the People’s Postcode […]
Angry Birds creator Rovio Entertainment has teamed up with A World at School to launch a brand new tournament on Angry Birds Friends encouraging players to support the #UpForSchool petition and ensure every child has the right to go to school and learn. Rovio’s Mighty Eagle Peter Vesterbacka, who pledged his support for the #UpForSchool […]
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A Note From Sarah Brown
Welcome to Theirworld, a global charity which is committed to giving the most vulnerable children and young people a brighter future in their world.
Momentum is growing to make sure all countries stand by their promise to ensure every girl and boy receives a quality education by the end of 2015, though 58 million girls and boys around the world still miss out on even a single day at school. Theirworld is at the forefront of this movement to end this education emergency and it does so through several key initiatives.- A Note From Sarah Brown
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