There has never been more need for trust for people in power. Blair Glencorse is leading a movement to build trust, accountability, and responsibility.
TwentyThirty showcases people from all over the world who are leading for change. They work towards a peaceful, just, and sustainable future in accordance with the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations 2030 Agenda.
It is difficult to capture human trafficking in words. This is why Eirliani Abdul Rahman did a photo essay.
“In order to transform you have to be disruptive.” Politics can be a very human place, and Guillermo Navarro Sanz is living proof of that.
To raise awareness for survivors of sexual child abuse, Eirliani Abdul Rahman will be setting out for an expedition to Antarctica. How is she preparing this summer?
How can we build a more equitable society that is looking after our planet? Tomas Björkman may have some answers to this question.
It starts with finding the right supporters and being persistent. Find out what other tips our author Talita Ferreira has to share.
When he called his mum from the White House, a place where she would have been arrested 20 years ago, Adolfo Hernandez knew he was on the right track.
Minus 48 degrees Celsius, polar bears, pulling a 190-pound sled on skies: Why did Eirliani Abdul Rahman chose the South Pole for her expedition?