Humanitarians, activists and social entrepreneurs, brothers Craig and Marc Kielburger are co-founders of WE, an organization that makes doing good, doable. WE works with developing communities in nine countries, and empowers youth in Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom by connecting them with global issues and social causes. WE Day is the annual celebration of these young change-makers, held in more than 15 cities worldwide. Marc and Craig are syndicated columnists and authors of more than 10 books, including The World Needs Your Kid, and the New York Times bestseller Me to We. Their work has been featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show as well as on CNN, BBC, 60 Minutes and The Today Show, and in People, Time and The Economist.
Breaking that cycle means normalizing the idea of Dad as an equal and competent co-parent.
We all tend to feel self-righteous when we recycle, but it's supposed to be a last resort that we should avoid as long as possible.
04/30/2018 13:30 EDT
Whether in massive marches or small community actions, parents often ask us: how young is too young to get involved?
04/17/2018 14:08 EDT
Despite alarming global events and telling signs here, Canadians are still complacent about our water.
03/15/2018 14:05 EDT
We thought we'd done our part by writing about many important issues that matter to both women and men.
03/06/2018 13:36 EST
There's a connection between racism today and the blank spots in textbooks.
02/26/2018 16:00 EST
How we talk about mental illness can force people to feel like they suffer alone; alternatively, it can drag the issues underlying suicide into the light.
02/20/2018 10:55 EST
The Cold War may be a distant memory, but its terrifying ghost in the form of nuclear weapons still haunts us.
02/05/2018 13:49 EST
Rather than outsource to an international body, these nations need capacity-building for local authorities.
01/23/2018 13:58 EST
In a mental holdover from the 1980s War on Drugs, addicts are still judged for their circumstances, expected to "just say no" and exert more willpower.
01/15/2018 11:26 EST
There is more than one season of need; so there should be multiple seasons of giving in 2018 and all years.
01/05/2018 09:51 EST
We hit "Like" and share content without considering the potential harm we're helping to spread.
11/28/2017 12:32 EST
Canada's military is already present around the world — just not always as peacekeepers.
11/10/2017 12:50 EST
These bean counters are changing the world.
10/30/2017 12:52 EDT
They've admitted they played a role in forced sterilization.
08/08/2017 13:04 EDT
Though inspired by a UN initiative, Canada is running the show outside of the international body.
07/28/2017 12:03 EDT
Africa has a combined continental GDP in excess of $3 trillion.
07/14/2017 14:20 EDT
Singing O Canada is a morning ritual familiar to every Canadian student. But at one Toronto school, they've added another
07/06/2017 16:04 EDT
While infrastructure is important, barriers can be more than just physical.
06/23/2017 09:02 EDT
For decades, Joseph Kony was infamous in human rights circles. But he became a household name after the short film Kony 2012 called for an international effort to bring the Ugandan warlord to justice. Five years later, the U.S. and Ugandan militaries are calling off the hunt. Kony remains at large.
06/15/2017 09:32 EDT
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