Oct 1, 2020
Rangina Hamidi, the Minister of Education in Afghanistan, talks to Sarah Brown about growing up as a child refugee in Pakistan.
She says she was faced with threats of acid attacks just because she went to school.
Her parents decided to flee to America to enable her and her sister to have an education.
She says the...
Sep 29, 2020
Sanda Ojiambo, Executive Director of the United Nations Global Compact, talks to Sarah Brown about how businesses can take positive action to address some of the world's biggest challenges.
Talking about climate change, she says that businesses have a choice: they can grow in a "GDP-led way" or follow "a green model of...
Sep 27, 2020
Danielle Green, a Theirworld Global Youth Ambassador from the
United Kingdom, speaks to Sarah Brown about the importance of
children receiving a good quality
Danielle says: “It really matters that children have not just an education or appear in an educational space, but that what they're being taught is...
Sep 25, 2020
Palak Sharma, a Theirworld Global Youth Ambassador from India, talks to Sarah Brown about the challenges facing the education system in her country.
She says that if the country is serious about advancing education for children, they must address issues around sanitation at the same time.
“The important task right...
Sep 23, 2020
Marianne Bitar Karam, Country Director at DOT Lebanon, a non-governmental organisation, speaks to Sarah Brown about the challenges facing children in her country during Covid-19.
She says that the digital divide in Lebanon meant that many children were excluded from education because they were unable to access online...