Restless Development celebrated its 25th birthday on 3rd March with the launch of a new 5 year strategy. Presented to friends, alumni and partners, the new strategy lays the foundations for a really exciting future.
Student Stop AIDS campaigners have lent their support to the thousands of activists who marched through New Delhi today. They voiced their concern about the free trade agreement between the EU and India that would restrict access to affordable medicines.
With the facilitators and participants now back in their homelands, we have received extremely encouraging feedback from the capacity building workshop run with MTV’s Staying Alive Foundation- building on the success of a pilot year and setting...
On 25th January, Restless Development met with the Nepal's caretaker Prime Minister, Madhav Kumar Nepal, to talk about the crucial role that young people in the country can play to bring about peace and continue development in the country.
Ravindra Shakya, Country Director of Restless Development in Nepal has been asked to join the Association of International NGOs (AIN) Steering Committee, the governing body of AIN. Kaajal Pradhan, Partnerships Manager, was elected to lead the Youth and Peace Working Group, a consortium of organisations with specific interests in the intersection between young people and peace-building within Nepal.
The Special Youth Programme fellowship consists of an initial 4 months fellowship at UNFPA Headquarters or Regional Offices, followed by a continued fellowship of another 4 months in a UNFPA Country Office.
This Friday, 17th December 2010, Restless Development (South Africa) will be hosting World AIDS Day Celebrations in collaboration with the Buffalo Council Municipality. The event will also present our new re-brand to the public and mark our 25th...