News

16 Dec 10,
International
Girl Hub, a global network of advisors and advocates for girls in the developing world, has contracted Restless Development to conduct a research project with young girls in Rwana.
02 Dec 10,
International
Yesterday, marking World Aids Day, The UK Department for International Development (DFID) published two of our case studies.  The first as a result of the Unite To Fight AIDS Speaker Tour visit to DFID and the second showing the impact of our...
02 Dec 10,
International
A short film showing how HIV treatment transforms one woman’s life in just 90 days. Please watch and take action here.   Selinah is...
01 Dec 10,
International
Each year over 400,000 children become infected with HIV. The vast majority of these children become infected with the virus during birth or when breast feeding. Student Stop AIDS Campaigners across the UK are taking action today, on World AIDS Day,...
25 Nov 10,
International
Kate Barry, our International Corporate and Individual Fundraising Manager shares her experience of climbing Africa’s highest peak and the tallest freestanding mountain in the world- Mount Kilimanjaro. Kate was part of a team of 16 who took the...
22 Nov 10,
International
It is with great sadness we share the news that Susannah Whitty, a founder Trustee and massive supporter of Restless Development for over 20 years, passed away on Tuesday 26th October.   Susannah had a heart attack and passed away shortly...
15 Nov 10,
International
On Friday 19 November UNICEF HIV/AIDS in New York, in partnership with MTV, Johns Hopkins University and The United States President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) are hosting a live online conference on "Mass Media For HIV Prevention in...
08 Nov 10,
International
Restless Development (Zambia) receives recognition in The Big Issue for mobilising young people in development work. The article in Zambia’s Big Issue recognised Restless Development’s youth-fuelled methodology, praising Restless Development for...
08 Nov 10,
International
The Joint Student Stop AIDS and dance4life Unite to Fight AIDS Speaker Tour brings the voices of three young people affected by HIV from across the world to tour the UK.
03 Nov 10,
International
After over two years of campaigning by the Student Stop AIDS Campaign, the Medicines Patent Pool Foundation (MPPF) officially launched for business in September.
28 Oct 10,
International
On Tuesday night the Speaker Tour visited the Houses of Parliament where the speakers shared their incredible stories to over 50 civil society members. Chaired by Pauline Latham OBE MP, Vice Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on HIV and AIDS,...
27 Oct 10,
International

Calling all Restless Development Alumni to join our mentoring scheme!

Our mentoring scheme partners young Alumni with experienced professional Alumni in a 6 month coaching relationship. The scheme gives Restless Development Alumni the unique opportunity to receive career guidance and support from our experienced Alumni professionals. We individually match mentors with young Alumni based on personal experience, interests and career prospects, and we provide ongoing support throughout the mentoring process.

 


18 Oct 10,
International
Youth from Durham Johnston Comprehensive School, in Durham City, made regional news by taking part in the dance4life UK school tour last week.
12 Oct 10,
International
The 18th October will spark into action a week of workshops run by Restless Development, sharing our expertise in capacity building and development.
05 Oct 10,
International
Information on our re-branding, an update on our Youth Empowerment Programme in Karamoja, Uganda, and the story of a Zimbabwean beer hall which was turned into a youth resource centre by two Restless Development peer educators.
29 Sep 10,
International
Restless Development’s Mt Kilimanjaro Challenge from 5th - 18th October 2010, will see a group of business leaders and global youth advocates joining forces to highlight the important role of young people in addressing the most urgent issues facing developing countries in Africa. A team of 14 from various sectors and industries across the globe are raising funds and awareness, building up to a 7 day trek to the highest peak in Africa - Mt Kilimanjaro is the tallest freestanding mountain in the world, at 5,895 metres or 19,341 ft.
17 Sep 10,
International
A group of young people determined to fight world poverty met Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and the Secretary of State for International Development Andrew Mitchell this week, to give them their views ahead of a major international summit.
10 Sep 10,
International
Restless Development leads the planning and launch of the International Year of Youth in Sierra Leone
23 Aug 10,
International
Young Ugandans Lead the Recovery from Conflict and Extreme Poverty
20 Aug 10,
International
Young Ugandans committing to support Millennium Development Goals in Uganda through the National Development Plan

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