Argentina, Adidas & #ENDViolence, this weeks Global Goals Top 5

From Argentina to the Sahara Desert, see what this week's Global Goals top 5 news stories are.

1) The World's Largest Lesson took the G20

It's been a momentous week for the World's Largest Lesson who, for the first time, headed to Argentina for the 2018 G20 Ministers of Education summit. The message was simple - to make sure education is inclusive, equal and of the highest quality for EVERYONE through the power of The Global Goals.

2) Deliciously Stella

Cruelty-free fashion is on the up, with Stella McCartney in the forefront. The designer has created the first ever 'Vegan' Adidas Stan Smith trainer. Leather-free and suitable for vegetarians, the Stella Stan Smith pays homage to the original while reflecting Stella’s signature details and representing all that she stands for.

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3) March for Climate

This weekend, hundreds and thousands of people from over 90 countries are expected to march in protest about the failures for tackling Climate issues. From marches and street theatre to art and mini festivals - taking place all over the world to highlight numerous growing frustration at the lack of meaningful political action over the emerging climate breakdown.

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4) Make it Rain

The Sahara Desert, the largest hot desert in the world, could be going green. Solar panels and wind turbines installations across the vast landscape could increase rainfall and vegetation dramatically - researchers have said.

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5) #ENDViolence with UNICEF

Every year children and young people head back to school, eager (or not so eager) to reunite with friends and kick-start their learning, but for millions of students around the world, the school environment is not a safe space to study and grow. UNICEF's latest campaign #ENDViolence looks to tackle these issues head on.

If you're an educator and would like to incorporate this message into your teachings, together with UNICEF, the World's Largest Lesson put together a free lesson plan to guide and support you on these issues. You can download it here

For more information on the campaign and how you can get involved head to the UNICEF website here