Giving women and girls access to high quality, relevant education helps them in to work and out of poverty. We support partners delivering female education projects in vulnerable communities across the world.
“Education as a tool to build resilience has the potential to break the cycle of poverty” was the conclusion of our event aiming to make Guatemala visible in order to uncover the reality faced by its 16.3 million inhabitants and find sustainable solutions.
How can we analyse, respond to and understand how migration and power are portrayed in the media? At our recent workshop, we found out.
What are the difficult conversations we need to have in order to cultivate real social integration in the UK? A report back from our recent workshop explains.
Christina Kalachani investigates empowering spaces - one of the ‘five pillars’ of our work - from an educational neuroscience perspective.
M.O music group gave a shout-out to Wonder Foundation this Christmas by advocating support for building a better life for young Nigerian girls through our education projects.
With 4th November around the corner we are able to announce our first speakers for our 'Who Belongs' youth conference, exploring integration, identity and policy-making.
A fabulous concert in City of London on Saturday 4th November in aid of our work to empower women and girls through education.
Tickets for the Wonder Ball are now on sale! Join us for a spectacular evening at the elegant Lansdowne Club and raise vital funds for women's education.