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At the end of the UK’s referendum campaign on membership of the European Union, Restless Development pays tribute to the work of young people’s participation in the democratic debate across the world.
Eva Tolage, a young campaigner from Malinzanga, Tanzania, and her classmates from Mlowa School travelled to the National Parliament in Dodoma to speak with the Prime Minister and other high-level members of the Tanzanian Government to present their demands in person.
Last night young people across the UK engaged in a passionate debate about the EU Referendum at a unique youth engagement engagement event hosted by Restless Development.
Almost 1,000 young people participated in the inaugural Restless Triathlon, a family day out providing a unique opportunity for young people to combine the fun of fundraising and sport.
On the 100th day of the Global Goals coming into effect, young campaigners from around the world are asking their leaders to show their plan to end poverty, inequality and climate change.
It's been just one month since Eva launched her campaign for clean water in her village, Malinzanga, in rural Tanzania - but already thousands of people around the world have chosen to stand with her.
Youth Stop AIDS is a youth-led movement, powered by Restless Development, campaigning for a world without AIDS. They’ve just a whirlwind month, touring the UK and spreading the word about their Missing Medicine’s campaign. Tabby Ha, Youth Stop AIDS Campaign Coordinator, sums it all up below.