Budding social entrepreneur Camil Chaari discussed his e-recycling project at a climate change conference. He has saved around 5,500kg of CO2 emissions to date
When IB Diploma Programme (DP) student Rachael Totz was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease, all the treatments offered by her gastroenterologist failed and left her feeling worse. However, rather than give up, she found an alternative solution to manage her symptoms.
Social media exchange led to Ellie Murphy having a chance meeting with government officials in Rwanda. She got to learn first-hand how the country has progressed
Student chosen as former President Obama’s ‘advisor’
DP students in Indiana organized a huge recycling drive to help an IB World School in Flint during the water crisis
IB World Schools from across the Barents region are working to help create sustainable future societies
One teacher and his students are on a mission to share the differences and similarities between PYP exhibitions around the world
They have volunteered to teach essential swimming skills to hundreds of children in the community
MYP student’s production aims to change perceptions and increase understanding
Proudly telling the world about #generationIB in our 50th anniversary year We are delighted to introduce this new series of stories from IB World magazine that bring to life the wonderful initiatives undertaken by IB students and educators from around the globe. The stories focus on community activity and really bring service learning to life. Follow these stories […]
A series of speaking events by inspiring individuals who have taken action to help others is empowering PYP students to do the same in Texas
Alyson Galow wants to reduce the amount of time visually impaired people have to wait before receiving a guide dog
To bring mathematics to life and unite the community, 259 people from ABA – An IB World School, in Oman, came together to create the longest human representation of pi digits and set a Guinness World Record.
After learning about the devastating effects of forest fires, students used their knowledge gained from a unit on economic activity to make a difference
From the archives: The 45th anniversary issue of IB World magazine highlighted the very first schools to offer the IB Diploma Programme. Here are their stories, first published in September 2013.