If I am not for myself, who will be for me?
If I am only for myself, what am I?
If not now, then when?
Teaching and Encouraging Leadership and Entrepreneurship
Partner with developing countries to improve the lives of its youth and their families
Directing human and financial resources directly to the people through families, groups, and organizations
Making the lives of those who are a part of the Ariel Foundation International better
In June 2016, AFI Changemakers attended the 32nd session of the Human Rights Council at the UN in Geneva, Switzerland.The AFI Changemakers summitwas chaired byInesa Pranckaityte and Smriti Sonamand focused on issues pertaining to human rights across the globe. Issues discussed included migration, freedom of expression, global poverty and the right to development. Reports from […]READ MORE
In November 2015, AFI Changemakers held their first event at the UK Parliament in London. The event was held as part of a nation wide initiative called Parliament Week, which aims to promote democratic engagement throughout the UK. The AFI Changemakers event was chaired by Henry Gilliver and Emma Robinson in Portcullis House, and focused […]READ MORE
May 2015 saw the Changemakers represented for the first time at the 68th Annual World Health Assembly. Delegates were audience to influential speakers like German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Working groups proposed solutions in three crucial problem areas; World Health Organisation reform, communicable diseases and the health of young people in long-term conflict zones. Palestinian Changemakers […]READ MORE
Have you heard about SDGs? Let me introduce the Sustainable Development Goals also known as SDGs or Global Goals. We have 17 Goals set by the United Nations with one Global Aim. We have to achieve these Goals by year 2030, also known as Vision2030. It is not so far away so we need to act right NOW. If […]READ MORE
LakshyaShala EduTech conducted a program on World Children’s Day, in November 20th, 2019, to commemorate select points on child’s rights, with about 150 students from a Government school for children from underserved communities. The event was in partnership with Express Avenue and Ariel Foundation International. The children were from grades 6, 7 and 8. The […]READ MORE
Dear Africa, You would think that my pen got dry because I seemed distracted for a while. It did not. I was simply at some distance handling quite a few things that some how drew me away from my routine, books and regular considerations. I have been living a little. I can not say I’m […]READ MORE