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Cooperation between Mentor International and IKEA


In 2008, IKEA Social Initiative collaborated with Mentor International to address drug abuse and its health implications among young people in five countries Croatia, Kyrgyzstan, Lithuania, Romania and Russia. The school based initiative for 12-14 year olds has been adapted for each country and...

Indian NGO fights corruption with Zero rupee note


5th Pillar, an Indian NGO, came up with the idea of printing a zero rupee currency note as a tool to help Indians achieve the goal of zero corruption. The note is a way for people to say NO to corruption without the fear of facing an encounter with persons in authority.

IBLF launches anti-corruption programme in India


With a two-decade track record of running pioneering anti-corruption programmes for companies in Russia, UK, China and Vietnam, IBLF has launched a programme in India - "Business Standards for Smart Growth" - to help companies curb corruption. The programme has a steering group of senior executives...

The Body Shop runs a campaign to support the Helen Bamber Foundation's fight against human trafficking


In 2007, The Body Shop UK ran a campaign called "Trafficking is Torture" to support the Helen Bamber Foundation. The campaign's primary objective was to persuade the UK government to ratify a convention to protect the estimated 4,000 girls each year within the country who are victims of human...

Partnership aims to stop rare plant smuggling


TRAFFIC-Hong Kong, one of the 22 branches of a NGO network that monitors wildlife trade globally, partnered with Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd to improve the airline's ability to stop the smuggling of rare plants on its planes.

Human rights training of judges in Nigeria


A three-year partnership between Statoil and the Legal Defence and Assistance Project (LEDAP) is introducing Sharia judges in northern Nigeria to human rights issues and legislation.