We are honoured to announce that Restless Development was elected as one of four Organising Partners in September 2014 of the United Nations Major Group for Children and Youth (MGCY). Having supported young people to engage and influence policy-making spaces at the highest level, this is an exciting opportunity for us to strengthen the voices of young people in the official United Nations space for children and young people.
25 Mar 2015
MGCY Position paper on Indicators for the Sustainable Development Goals
24 Mar 2015
On Thursday 13th March, the presenters and reporters of TV and Radio news battled it out to be crowned champions of the Ultimate News Quiz, raising £91,500 for Restless Development and Action for Children
13 Mar 2015
So today marks both #TBT (Throwback Thursday) and #ThankYouThursday in the world of social media so we thought that it would be a good point to look back and reflect on our amazing week of celebration for International Women's Day. Scroll down further below to see some of our highlights.
12 Mar 2015
The Case for Space: A project to strengthen the environment for children and youth development
02 Mar 2015
A toolkit for young people who want to make sure their voice is heard in a post-2015 world
25 Feb 2015
As we settle into 2015 - when the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) will be finalised - the first session of intergovernmental negotiations is fast approaching, in just over a week.
The first session will be a time to take stock, prepare ourselves for the year ahead, and think about how to agree on the goals and targets we'll set ourselves as a global community. As this happens, it's essential that we continue to think ahead to how we'll implement and monitor the framework, and ensure accountability.
Key to this, and central to a lot of the exciting work we're doing at Restless Development is the "Data Revolution".
Here are our key recommendations for what the data revolution needs to deliver, how that can fit into the post-2015 development agenda, and how young women and men can and should play a vital role...
08 Jan 2015