In March, students from over 75 countries and 300 schools came together in Miami for CGI University, where they made hundreds of Commitments to Action that address pressing challenges on their campuses or in communities around the world.
The United Nation's Development Programme estimates that women do 66% of the world’s work, but only earn 10% of the world’s income. Coca-Cola is working to bridge this divide.
In 2001, President Nelson Mandela personally invited President Clinton to South Africa to speak about the vital role young people and citizen service play in strengthening a society.
It’s pretty evident: the world is getting smaller. Thanks to new tools and efforts across the globe, it’s also getting better.
When a crippling drought rocked East Africa in 2011, Proctor & Gamble responded to the devastation in the best way it knew how: with an ambitious CGI Commitment to Action and a packet of powder no bigger than a tea …