Men can – and should – be allies in ending gender-based violence. Here’s how one organization creates male allies by educating fathers on listening skills, anger management, and gender sensitivity. How do YOU think men can help end gender-based violence?
Created by Grammy award-winning artist John Legend, the Show Me Campaign is a nonprofit organization that fights poverty using proven solutions.
Believing that equal access to quality education is the civil rights issue of our time, the Show Me Campaign fights for education reform in the United States. In Africa, Show Me works with Millennium Promise to provide clean water, health care, education and other basic tools that break the cycle of poverty. Please join us!
The Show Me Campaign Fellowship, launched in 2009, encourages young people who are dedicated to helping improve the world. The Fellowship provides $3000 stipends for college students who have unpaid summer internships in the areas of international development (specifically eradicating global poverty) and improving education in the United States
Show Me Campaign Fellows are leaders committed to social justice. They are persons who witness injustice and act on it. They want to improve the world and inspire others to join them. This blog will share the fellows’ reflections on their summer experiences.