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All female team win Engineering for People Design Challenge News

This year’s grand prize has been won by an innovative design for a women’s community hub built of locally sourced, natural and affordable materials.

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Global Grand Challenges Summit: ticket giveaway News

We’ve launched a survey to learn as much as we can about the incredible individuals that make up our community, because we want to maximise the potential of our growing movement.

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Support from volunteer strengthens TONIBUNG team News

Volunteer Miriam reflects on the first few months of her placement supporting remote rural communities with power generation in Malaysia.

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New job vacancies News

We’re looking to fill two key roles on our staff team based in our London office. Join our team and help us achieve our strategic goals and provide greater public benefit to the global community.

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Research looks into global responsibility in engineering News

A new joint-venture of The Royal Academy of Engineering, UCL and Engineers Without Borders UK aims to understand whether and how global responsibility impacts on decisions in the engineering profession.

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Inspired volunteers share their experience News

Fourteen volunteers talked to us about their experiences of working on our international projects.

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Celebration of engineering held at Westminster Abbey News

Representatives from across the engineering profession, engineering charities and government gathered at Westminster Abbey yesterday to honour great engineers past and present, as part of celebrations for the Year of Engineering.

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Recalibrating to achieve our goals News

Humanity is currently facing some of the greatest challenges we’ve ever known: climate change, ecosystem failure, resource depletion, population growth and increasing inequality. This means we have to find new ways to engineer – for people and the planet.

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19,000 hours of engineering donated News

Our 24 volunteer engineers and engineering students donated 19,040 hours of engineering to 12 partners across eight countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America in 2017 and 2018.

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