We're always trying to spread the word about our projects, the value of local training initiatives, and the importance of education for female empowerment. Working with external news, events and blog sites helps us do just that!
If you'd like to work with us, feel free to get in touch with your media or blogging enquiries.
A lesson at the Baytree Centre in London, UK.
Wonder's media highlights:
31 October 2016, Dave Coles: "How to volunteer sensitively and be aware of power dynamics"
21 October 2016, The IPF: "The real reasons why migrant and refugee women aren't learning English in the UK"
19 October 2016, LSE Volunteer Centre: "empowering women and girls through volunteering"
5 October 2016, The London Economic: "It's time to accept that integration is a two-way street"
21 September 2016: T! Magazine: they promoted our "A Refugee Like Me" conference
4 August 2016, Islington Gazette: the paper promoted our latest "A Refugee Like Me" event.
20 June 2016, Refugee Week: A Refugee Like Me: helping schools to teach welcome
30 May 2016, Inquirer.net: coverage of a screening of "Heneral Luna", whose proceeds were donated to our Philippines partner project.
4 May 2016, T! Magazine: we shared a case study of a successful student in the Philippines as part of their freedom themed month.
29 April 2016, LSE Volunteering online: we won organisation of the year!
25 April 2016, Lensational: we collaborated with our friends at Lensational to discuss empowerment, education and female employment rights.
19 April 2016, LSE Volunteering online: we were nominated for organisation of the year!
21 March 2016, Chichester Observer: Policy Director Olivia delivered a workshop on local action for global change.
4 March 2016, Medium: we argued for greater support for mothers in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
3 March 2016, T! Magazine: we shared testimonies from the Philippines and Nigeria showing the influence mothers have on their daughters' education.
25 February 2016, Student Volunteering Week: our wonderful volunteer Aisling shared her experiences of working with us.
20 January 2016, Medium: we argued that English lessons should be for all female refugees.
18 January 2016, Dare 2 Care: our Policy Director Olivia explored why education is necessary to for healthy relationships and to tackle domestic abuse.
16 December 2015, Premier Christian Radio: our Policy Director Olivia spoke about the importance of education for women around the world.
16 December 2015, The Tottenham Independent: our Christmas appeal was featured.
Nov 20 2014, The Philippine Star: Our gala in aid of ongoing support for those affected by Supertyphoon Haiyan was mentioned.
March 20 2014, Evening Standard: Our report mentioned on P2 of the London edition. Clarification - not 700 victims but 700 girls at risk. Read the full report here.