Unicef Sweden’s latest television advert hit the headlines this week after it pointed out that the number of Facebook 'likes' don’t mean very much to children living with the threat of serious illness or death hanging over them.
It's easy to have your say on the issues that matter to you. Niki May Young lists some of the ways to interact with Civilsociety.co.uk.
The Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability illustrates the difference that technology most of us take for granted can make to those most in need.
A jaw-dropping 60 per cent of the prison population is functionally illiterate, according to Beanstalk, a charity helping children to read. In this poignant film Beanstalk presents Jack, and his potential futures.
With the message that “your final moments should mean as much as your first”, Marie Curie’s 2013 Great Daffodil Appeal advert had more than one person in the civilsociety.co.uk office reaching for a tissue.
The humble letter has extraordinary power, as demonstrated by Amnesty International in its latest film showcasing some of the successes of its global letter writing marathon.