Hattigauda, Nepal, hosts on of Restless Development’s Temporary Learning Centers (TLCs). These centres have been built to help children continue to learn and play after the devastating effects of the recent earthquakes, which destroyed the majority of schools in the country.
21 Jul 2015
From now until the 31st July, Member States are meeting at the UN in New York, to finalise the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This is the very last set of negotiations, which follows on from years of consultations, high level meetings, and campaigning from people around the world, who have told their governments and the UN about the World We Want.
As part of the negotiations, there is a "Zero Draft" that details what States will be promising to act on. Over the next week, Member States and civil society, including young people, will be negotiating the exact text of the document - trying to get their priorities represented, and arguing to take the things they don't like, (and don't want to commit to), out.
This is our response to the Zero Draft, and what we are pushing for in the final two weeks.
21 Jul 2015
Campaigners are calling on UK Government not to ‘duck their responsibilities’ and help secure a better financial deal for millions of people living in poverty worldwide.
10 Jul 2015
Launching a new guide in partnership with The Pact, and supported by UNAIDS – Strategising with your youth constituency: learning from The PACT experience.
08 Jul 2015
The US Ambassador for Nepal, Peter W. Bodde, along with the USAID Director in Nepal and UNICEF Representative for Nepal, made an official visit to one of Restless Development’s Temporary Learning Centers (TLC) in Lazimpat. The TLCs have been built to help children continue to learn and play after the devastating effects of the recent earthquakes, which destroyed the majority of schools in the country.
06 Jul 2015
The earthquakes and numerous aftershocks in Nepal left many children and young people at risk, and put a halt to the entire education system in the country. This could have a serious impact on literacy rates in the country, which had previously reached 98% in 2013 from 83% in 2010. The risk of trafficking and exploitation is now greater for girls, many of whom were made homeless by the quake and could not go to school.
30 Jun 2015
Right now, there are more young people on earth than ever before in human history.
This is one incredible opportunity. But today too many children and young people are excluded, marginalised, and vulnerable. This affects them, their families and communities.
23 Jun 2015