We use stories to unite people for change.
In a world of information overload we help your organization or community to create and share its story of social change.
Reviving the Art of Printmaking in Thailand
As a young fine arts student in Chaing Mai – the creative capital of Thailand – Kitikong Tilokwattanotai first discovered his passion for printmaking.
Promoting the ‘invisible climate solution’
‘Switch it on’: efficient lighting and appliances
Making #UNInnovation the new normal
Empowering women and girls. Womanity Foundation.
Myanmar ́s Seven Natural Wonders. UNESCO Myanmar.
STRAIGHT FROM OUR SOCIAL MEDIA
International Autism Dat, Taking the Challenge to the Next Level It’s International Autism Day. To celebrate this day and to show our love and support for all those affected by this challenging condition we would like to share one young lady’s story. Not only did Viengsam rise to meet the challenge but she went on to ensure she could help others facing the same challenge in her country Laos. It was an honour and a pleasure working with all at the Laos Autism Association and we are so happy to share this story again. Posted by Small World Stories on Monday, April 1, 2019
Dancing for Diversity
We really miss a good foot stomping #flashmob to rally people round a worthy cause. So, today we’re turning to the Small World Stories vault to revive this one organized by young Macedonians in aid of cultural diversity.Posted by Small World Stories on Thursday, February 5, 2015