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How can we make “ethical shopping” as easy as “regular” shopping?
16th Jan, 15 | Posted by Gordon Renouf
How can we make “ethical shopping” as easy as “regular” shopping?

Trying to shop ethically can be confusing and difficult without the right information to make good choices. Gordon Renouf from Good On You shares how this new organisation is trying to make ethical shopping easier.

Amazing achievements in fighting global poverty in the last 15 years
15th Jan, 15 | Posted by Laura Tay
Amazing achievements in fighting global poverty in the last 15 years

In 2000, global leaders set eight goals that if achieved by 2015, would halve global poverty. To celebrate the end of the Millennium Development Goals, we're looking at all that has been achieved in the last 15 years.

Socks to warm their feet
13th Jan, 15 | Posted by Suzy Sainovski
Socks to warm their feet

It's summer here in Australia - but people in the Middle East are currently experiencing the worst winter storm in decades. Suzy Sainovski shares how the heavy snowfall is impacting the lives of vulnerable Syrian refugees.

Seeing the real impact of clean water
7th Jan, 15 | Posted by Louise Acheson
Seeing the real impact of clean water

When World Vision staffer Louise visited Uganda in November last year, she wanted to see the impact of our field work in real life. Visiting a borehole project, that's exactly what she experienced.

My ethical New Year’s detox
6th Jan, 15 | Posted by Ruth Dearnley
My ethical New Year’s detox

World Vision's Ruth Dearnley is doing a New Year's detox with a difference - clearing out products that contribute to exploitation from her life.

Blog Ambassador Emma’s Ugandan adventure
1st Jan, 15 | Posted by Emma Lovell
Blog Ambassador Emma’s Ugandan adventure

World Vision Australia Blog Ambassador Emma visited Uganda in November, to see how we're working with communities to create long term change. She's sharing her highlights with us today!