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29th Dec 2011Posted in: Blog Comments Off

Each year, Fuel has the rare opportunity to work with some of the leading social change leaders and organizations in the world as they address urgent human rights issues that effect us all. While we’re honored to lend our expertise and services to support their work, we also know that these organizations need something even […]

25th Feb 2011Posted in: Blog Comments Off

Latest Blog by Bridgit Antoinette Evans | In viewing the trailer for the Oscar-nominated film, “The King’s Speech”, I assumed it was a film about a British monarch (Colin Firth) fighting to overcome a terrible speech impediment. On the surface, yes, but I soon discovered it’s also the tale of an artist – an amateur actor from Australia – named Lionel Logue (Geoffrey Rush) who applies his drama training to establish a fledgling speech therapy practice in London. In so doing, he discovers his true calling, and ultimately, his greatest purpose through an unlikely friendship with Albert, Duke of York (later King George VI) during one of the most dramatic periods in modern British history.

18th May 2010Posted in: Blog, Take Action Comments Off

Most people in the United States don’t know that more than 100,000 American children – primarily girls – are victims of commercial sexual exploitation and domestic trafficking. But the incredible team at GEMS: Girls Educational and Mentoring Services, has been fighting to change this for more than a decade with award-winning programs, services for victims […]

3rd Apr 2010Posted in: Blog, Featured Post Comments Off

Fuel’s founder on the real potential of artists in society In 2008, I traveled to Austria as an artist delegate to the Vienna Forum convened by the United Nations Global Initiative to Fight Human Trafficking (UN.GIFT). During the opening plenary session, a BBC facilitator said of the panelists, “We’ve heard from politicians. We’ve heard from […]