Why do libraries become targets during conflict? And why do so many put themselves in harm’s way to protect them? In this blog, our chair Dr. Alice Prochaska reflects on these questions, and more.
On 11th June, Rageh Omaar will present our BBC Radio 4 appeal. In this blog, he tells us why he’s so pleased to support our work.
In February, devastating earthquakes rocked Syria and Turkey. When the time comes, we stand ready to restock reading spaces that have been destroyed – because for students like Ahmed, education can’t wait.
We join the world in expressing our deepest sympathies to everyone affected by the recent earthquakes in Turkey.
Like many people living in West Bank, 17-year-old Dalia's life can be unpredictable. Read why she finds solace in books.
Habiba fled Afghanistan alone with her two children. Now books are helping her build a new future.
Jocknus supports people fleeing war in South Sudan. He told us about what books mean for the youngest refugees.
Mayol is a refugee. He dreams of returning home and building peace in South Sudan - and books in his school are helping him get there.
Omar lives with his family in Syria. Civilians there live under constant threat, but books offer Omar an escape.