World Toilet Day

  Toilets have transformed the way we live today. From health, to safety, to convenience - being able to access a toilet
When people are motivated and driven, progress can be made at lightning speed. Forty-three years ago, Martin Cooper made
One issue that affects us daily is a lack of fully accessible toilets, which is why we campaign for Changing Places toilets. Something in all honesty, we shouldn't have to campaign or fight for. We invest so much of our little spare time trying to convince Scottish companies to do the right thing,
Everyone poops. This is a well-known fact--there is even a children's book about it. But did you also know that poop is (literally
This World Toilet Day, it's time for new solutions to tackle and old problem. Bill Gates once said that there are not enough
This World Toilet Day, we are calling on global leaders to deliver on their promises to meet the UN's Global Goal 6 to ensure universal access to safe water and sanitation. The health and well-being of our urban world depends upon them.
I wrote the article below two years ago, when 'World Toilet Day' was in its infancy. Now, two years on, it is still as relevant
More than 2.3 billion people in the world do not have access to a safe, private toilet. The unsanitary abodes that replace
On this World Toilet Day, it's time for the world to make good on our promises - and while we all love a bit of toilet humour, the state of the world's sanitation really is no joke.
At first glance, World Toilet Day sounds like something pushed out by a group of silly children. However, World Toilet Day's