To mark World Tuberculosis Day, young people from across the UK will be dressed as giant pills and members of the pharmaceutical industry and pushed into a paddling pool outside parliament, to act out an alternative system for developing medicines that would prioritise human need over profit.
MPs and election hopefuls fulfilled their dreams of taking part in the Crystal Maze on Tuesday when they joined Restless Development volunteers and staff outside Parliament, raising awareness of the Tax Dodging Bill Campaign.
On Monday, Restless Development campaigners met top officials in Westminster, calling on them to act now against poverty and climate change, as part of the Action/2015 campaign. Shazmin Khusal, Matt Southgate, Jessica Gray and Sarah Kirby - all...
Restless Development volunteers rushed to the UK Parliament today as the recent revelations about worldwide tax dodging raised pressure for the Tax Dodging Bill that Restless Development is campaigning for.
Members of the public will be able to jump on a rickshaw for a tour round in exchange for a conversation about the results of international aid. They even get a picture with the rickshaw to take home with them!
Restless Development supported two youth representatives from India, Akram and Franklin to attend the 8th Open Working Group (OWG) on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) at the UN Headquarters in New York in February 2014.
Frank, 26, International Citizen Service Team Leader from Stevenage, UK
Inspired by his time volunteering as a Team Leader in Zambia through ICS, Frank returned to the UK keen to develop his experience, and use his unique position in the UK to shine a light on some of the key issues he encountered while on placement.