Sustainable structures for social enterprise. Democratic financial management & business planning, teambuilding, organisational development, cooperative people management, operations coordination and health and safety.
Computers 4 Africa opens the door to IT education for millions of children. IT has revolutionised schools globally with unequalled access to information, interactive teaching and key work skills. A single recycled PC or recycled laptop can impact 24 children’s lives during its first year, offering new hope to break out of the poverty cycle.
Information, events and promotion of Green Park Station, Bath
A global network of individuals and representatives from government, academia, multilateral and bilateral donor agencies, consultancies, technical institutions, national and international NGOs, and community organisations.
To make information on mining impacts, projects, and the corporate sector more widely available. To empower mining-affected communities, so that they can better fight against damaging proposals and practices.
Craft made articles for the home - from co-ops worldwide; One Village works in support of artisans societies in Asia, Africa, the Americas. Extensive online shop + information pages; home accessories, textiles, baskets, soap, incense, cards....and more.
The Publish What You Pay campaign aims to help citizens of resource-rich developing countries hold their governments accountable for the management of revenues from the oil, gas and mining industries. Natural resource revenues are an important source of income for governments of over 50 developing countries, including Angola, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Nigeria and Venezuela. When properly managed these revenues should serve as a basis for poverty reduction, economic growth and development rather than exacerbating corruption, conflict and social divisiveness.