More Victories On Change.org!
Did you know that more than 13 million people have experienced victory through Change.org? Here are some international victories that our users reported in the past few weeks:
Australia’s Curtin University was poised to eliminate Chinese, Japanese, and Asian Studies majors from its humanities curriculum. Then Moshe Yehuda Bernstein launched his petition asking for the majors to be saved – and it won. (792 supporters, Perth, Australia)
After this petition gained hundreds of signatures, a half-Brazilian teen accused of throwing rocks at Israeli officials was officially released. (344 supporters, Anápolis, Brazil)
In the US, Google offers most charities free or discounted use of Google Apps. But the same offer was not available to United Kingdom charities – until a digital communications agency, White Fuse Media, won its Change.org petition! (346 supporters, London, UK)
AntiSerbism Monitoring, an anti-defamation organization, saw its Facebook page shut down after it re-posted an instance of hate speech in an effort to raise awareness. After gaining 1,000 signatures on a petition in just 3 days, the organization succeeded in getting Facebook to reactivate its page! (1,266 signatures, Novi Sad, Serbia)