Craig Kielburger joins co-author Holly Branson, and her iconic father Sir Richard Branson, live on Good Morning America to talk about their new book “WEconomy: You Can Find Meaning, Make a Living and Change the World”.
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Oprah Winfrey interviews a young Craig Kielburger about his global movement to inspire children and help create a better world for all.
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Ed Bradley sits down with Craig, who at the age of 13, managed to put the tragedy of child labor on the front page and keep it there.
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Craig Kielburger joins co-author Holly Branson on Squawk Box to talk about their new book “WEconomy: You Can Find Meaning, Make a Living and Change the World”.
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CNN profiles Craig Kielburger’s story – from a 12-year-old combatting child labor, to the leader of a global organization that inspires children and youth to fight for what they believe in.
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Craig Kielburger is interviewed by Forbes Magazine about service learning, corporate-nonprofit partnerships, social media, and working with celebrities to drive social impact.
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Craig hosts the 12-part television series Shameless Idealists. Watch compelling episodes featuring change makers describing their living legacies.
Just as he dominated on the courts, Magic Johnson is an MVP off the courts. He’s passionate about bringing opportunities to disadvantaged neighborhoods and in his role as a leading HIV aids activist. Craig shares why Magic has always been in a league of his own.
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf
Craig Kielburger sits down with the indomitable Ellen Johnson Sirleaf: economist, grandmother, reformer, Nobel Laureate and Africa's first elected female head of state.
Holly & Richard Branson
Together, philanthropists and entrepreneurs, Sir Richard Branson and his daughter Holly Branson, are a force to be reckoned with. Both passionately committed to leaving the world better than how they found it, Craig Kielburger shares why they are true examples of shameless idealists.
In a heartwarming conversation with acclaimed actor and activist, Martin Sheen, Craig Kielburger hears about the actor's life's work as a Shameless Idealist.
Reverend Jesse Jackson
From Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to President Barack Obama, civil rights leader Rev. Jesse Jackson shares his unique perspective on a remarkable historical journey, in conversation with Craig Kielburger.
Nelly Furtado is a Grammy® Award-winning singer-songwriter who inspires legions of fans with her unique sound and style. A global citizen committed to stomping down boundaries to make a bigger impact on the world, Craig shares why Nelly is a shameless idealist.
Former American Vice President and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, Al Gore speaks with Craig Kielburger about his quest to change the way we view the world.
Recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1976 for her work as a cofounder of Community of Peace People, an organization dedicated to promoting a peaceful resolution to the Troubles in Northern Ireland, the late Betty Williams shares insights from her life as a leading peace activist.
Craig speaks with world-renowned poet, singer and songwriter, K'naan, about his experience fleeing civil war in Somalia, his rise to fame and using it to spread a message of hope and peace.
WEconomy is an international bestseller and a respected guidebook for the next evolution in business. Written by Craig Kielburger, Marc Kielburger and Dr. Holly Branson with a forward by Sheryl Sandberg and an Epilogue by Sir Richard Branson.
With a forward by His Holiness the Dalai Lama, this book is a must read for any parents or teachers that offers inspiring lessons from remarkable individuals, committed parents and compassionate children.
It Takes a Child is a colourful look back at Craig's adventures in taking global action. Craig takes young readers along on a inspirational and educational journey through South Asia, learning about global poverty and child labor.
A hilarious volume of complaints heard only in the developed world. For each first world problem, the Kielburger's draw on their experience in international development to offer small responses that can make a difference.
One of the early heroes in my life, Nelson Mandela, shared many lessons about living your legacy in his historic 95-year life. The one that always stuck with me is that he was “a shepherd who led his sheep from behind”.
From a few schoolrooms on the plains Kenya’s Maasai Mara region, to a fully accredited college in under 20 years, the opening of WE College showed how impactful sustainable development can be for a community.