Let us know about the work you are doing by submitting an article to our ‘Global Stories’ section of this website. This is where people who are ‘Being the Change’ share their ideas, successes and suggestions.


Twelve year-old author and UNICEF Canada child ambassador Bilaal Rajan held a launch of his new book on Wednesday. Named Making Change: Tips from an Underage Overachiever (160 pages, Orca Book Publishers), it shows young people that no matter who they are or where they’re from, they can make a difference.


A little over a year ago, a song for peace came to me in a dream and from that dream To Be One song was born. The energy of this song drew together amazing people with immense passion for creating ONEness. Through this passion the performance “ONE The Event” was born.


“It was priceless to listen to and converse with Deepak Chopra, Marianne Willamson, Oscar Arias, and so many other leaders. However, it was Papa Jaime who was my hero of the Human Forum in Costa Rica. Jaime Jaramillo, father of the Bogotá street children of Colombia, is love in action and an example of new humanity. In thirty years, he has rescued more than 30,000 children from the streets and sewers and transformed their lives forever.


Several months have passed since the 2008 Forum ‘Symphony of Transformation’ in Costa Rica, and we have all returned to our collective communities, our heart wells filled to the brim wi


This year's Blog Action Day (http://blogactionday.org/) aims to alter the global conversation on October 15th, uniting thousands of change making bloggers in a world-wide discussion of one crucial issue: poverty. With over 4,000 blogs already participating, including some of the most popular sites in the world, the organizers expect to bring the discussion on poverty

Making a Difference

Members of the Plettenberg Bay community get to work planting trees. Residents of Plettenberg Bay in the Western Cape province of South Africa got together on September 6 to celebrate spring and Nelson Mandela’s 90th birthday by planting 90 indigenous trees. The trees were each sponsored by a volunteer and those volunteers who could not afford it simply helped with the planting.


What began as one man’s passion to help at risk kids has become the vision of many through the Playmakers Mentoring Foundation and their innovative program which began in the Sacramento CA ar


On July 26, 2008 thirty-eight evolutionary leaders whose radical new ways of thinking and interpreting human experience have expanded our knowledge of evolving consciousness gathered at the Chopra Center in California to envision together how their collective consciousness, creativity, energy and intention could help accelerate the shift in global consciousness.

Imagining a new world, opening to a new consciousness.
Hearing Deepak Chopra speak about quantum evolution and ‘imaginal’ cells has given me great hope for the future – for in us are the seeds of change, the potential for a quantum evolutionary leap for the human species. Quantum evolutionary leaps happen everyday, Deepak explained. An example is a caterpillar becoming a butterfly: the caterpillar has not become a different type of caterpillar but is an entirely new creature.