World’s Best News writes about solutions and progress in global development

World’s Best News writes about solutions and progress in global development

World’s Best News is an independent news organization for constructive journalism and campaigns. We report on progress and sustainable solutions to challenges in global development.

Our work is based on the Global Goals for Sustainable Development, which address some of the world’s biggest challenges, such as extreme poverty, global inequality, and climate change.

World’s Best News’s mission is to help people achieve a more nuanced view of the world. We believe that nuances and knowledge create hope – and that hope brings motivation for action. We want to make the Global Goals known by as many people as possible. When people know the goals, they are able to hold our political leaders accountable and make sure they deliver results. When more people know about the progress and solutions the world already has available, the more people may help these solutions to be implemented.

We launched in Denmark in 2010 and we are now an international network with sister organizations in Ireland, Netherlands, Norway, Finland, and with more to come.


This information comes from the website of World’s Best News.


WeRiseUP – a culture shifting documentary with a new model of success

WeRiseUP – a culture shifting documentary with a new model of success

WeRiseUP brings together some of the most brilliant, accomplished & high-impact leaders of our day to redefine a new model of success.

WeRiseUP is a culture shifting documentary seeking to re-write the success narrative and hack the success code. Our current model of success is destroying the planet and driving billions of people to unfulfilled lives. At the same time a new model of success, Success 3.0 is emerging from around the world. Success 3.0, is giving rise to businesses that do good – and do well as a part of their DNA. With Success 3.0 people are Rising UP to radically fulfilled, purpose driven lives.

WeRiseUP The Movie follows the stories of these people who have woken up to their unique self purpose and have taken action and produced amazing results in the world.

We are wrapping these stories in a philosophical backdrop with thought leaders such as Tony Robbins, Ken Wilber, John Mackey, Blake Mycoskie, Michael Beckwith, Barbara Marx Hubbard, Tom Chi and Lynne Twist. Their voices will ground the film in transformational thinking and help the audience to look deeply into their own lives to identify their own unique self purpose.

The entire documentary team is fully committed to making this project a massively significant contribution to the millions of people who will see this film and be moved to step up and give their unique gifts and commit outrageous acts of love. It is our shared belief that an evolution of the success narrative is a key leverage point in culture which has an enormous ripple effect.

99 Good News Stories You Probably Didn’t Hear About in 2018

99 Good News Stories You Probably Didn’t Hear About in 2018

For the last 12 months, the global media has been focused on a lot of bad news. But there were other things happening out there too: conservation successes, huge wins for global health, more peace and tolerance, less war and violence, rising living standards, some big clean energy milestones, and a quiet turning of the tide in the fight against plastic. Stories of human progress, that didn’t make it into the evening broadcasts, or onto your social media feeds.

Goalcast: Inspiring the world to reach for their dreams

Goalcast: Inspiring the world to reach for their dreams

Goalcast is an inspiring community for achievers dedicated to helping you improve all aspects of your life. We provide you with practical advice, resources and the motivation to help you realize your full potential.

We believe that aspiring towards your true goals and eventually reaching them is the most important factor for living a better, happier and more meaningful life. Anyone has the potential to reach their goals no matter how ambitious and we hope to be a source of motivation for people on their journey towards success.

A Paradise Built in Hell: The Extraordinary Communities That Arise in Disaster

A Paradise Built in Hell: The Extraordinary Communities That Arise in Disaster

Disasters are, most basically, terrible, tragic, grievous, and no matter what positive side effects and possibilities they produce, they are not to be desired. But by the same measure, those side effects should not be ignored because they arise amid devastation.

Most social change is chosen—you want to belong to a co-op, you believe in social safety nets or community supported agriculture. But disaster doesn’t sort us out by preferences; it drags us into emergencies that require we act, and act altruistically, bravely, and with initiative in order to survive or save the neighbors, no matter how we vote or what we do for a living.


Read the whole article by Rebecca Solnit in yes!magazine.

This Danish TV Ad is what the world needs to remember

This Danish TV Ad is what the world needs to remember

As TV2’s video “All That We Share” opens, Danes file quietly onto a soundstage, stepping into outlined areas on the floor — areas meant to define them. “The High Earners” versus “Those Just Getting By.” “Those We Trust” versus “Those We Try To Avoid.” Lifelong Danes, versus those new to Denmark. Divisions you will find not just in Denmark, but in any country on Earth.

However, a man begins to ask questions:

“Who in this room was the class clown?”

“Who are stepparents?”

“How many of you love to dance?”

Quickly, the “Us versus Them” narrative falls apart. People begin to step out of their so-called defining boxes…


Read the whole article by Michelle Butterfield in The Huffington Post.


The World is Full of Good People!

The World is Full of Good People!

Rob Greenfield has a simple idea… that people are good and the world is a good place.
So he decided to put his idea to the ultimate test by flying one way to a far off place with no money, no credit card, no cellphone, not even a toothbrush. Just the clothes on his back and a passport. Mainstream media portrays the world as a dangerous place, a place that you should fear and Rob is out to prove them wrong.

He landed in Panama City, Panama 4,000 miles and 7 countries from his home in San Diego, California with no camera of his own and made this film using the cameras of people he met along the way…


This information comes from the website of Rob Greenfield.


Clip from the movie – Tomorrowland A World Beyond

Clip from the movie – Tomorrowland A World Beyond

From Disney comes two-time Oscar winner Brad Bird’s riveting, mystery adventure “Tomorrowland,” starring Academy Award winner George Clooney. Bound by a shared destiny, former boy-genius Frank (Clooney), jaded by disillusionment, and Casey (Britt Robertson), a bright, optimistic teen bursting with scientific curiosity, embark on a danger-filled mission to unearth the secrets of an enigmatic place somewhere in time and space known only as “Tomorrowland.” What they must do there changes the world-and them-forever. Featuring a screenplay by “Lost” writer and co-creator Damon Lindelof and Brad Bird, from a story by Lindelof & Bird & Jeff Jensen, “Tomorrowland” promises to take audiences on a thrill ride of nonstop adventures through new dimensions that have only been dreamed of.


This information comes from the website of Rottentomatoes.


For more information about the movie Tomorrowland go to the website of Disney or Wikipedia. The movie might be available on Netflix in some countries.


This 3-minute clip shows one of the main character in the movie entering the amazing world of tomorrow.