New UK support to help provide emergency education to 20 million children in crisis
- Funding for Education Cannot Wait (ECW) will provide safe learning spaces, psychological and social support, and teaching materials to vulnerable children around the world.
- Since its start up in 2017, ECW has helped support over 30 crises struck countries and aided 7 million children.
- Today, Andrew Mitchell will announce UK funding to help provide education support for 20 million children around the world, ranging from Ukraine to Syria.
- £80 million will be contributed over the course of four years to help keep children safe during extreme weather conditions, conflicts and pandemics.
- For more on this story, please visit the UK Government’s website.
Andrew Tate’s ‘get rich quick’ scheme advertised in Google search results
- New research has suggested Google has been running adverts for a “get rich quick” scheme run by Andrew Tate.
- According to the Centre for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH), a network of 17 Tate-affiliated sites was running adverts on Google for the Scheme, ‘The Real World’.
- The ‘Real World’ claims to offer money making courses and chat rooms to 200,000 members.
- Searching for “Andrew Tate, The Real World” brought up ads for different sites which promoted it, including one which urges people to “stop being a brokie”.
- Google is understood to have taken action against the adverts since they were brought to their attention.
- To learn more about Harmful Content and Andrew Tate, including ‘The Real World’ check out our article.
- To find out more, please visit the Sky News website.
Study finds children are naturally disposed to help others except when it is costly to them
- Research published in the Royal Society Open Science Journal has found that children aged between 4 and 5 years old are naturally inclined to help others, except when kindness came at a personal cost.
- Compassion is a behaviour that is widely studied and is strongly linked to how people help and comfort others.
- Previous studies have shown that children naturally show compassion when they are able to.
- Scientists believe these findings could help facilitate compassionate behaviour in young children.
- For more on this story, please visit the Independent’s website.