A practical guide to power, rights and participation in the context of the post-2015 process. The aim is for strengthened advocacy skills particularly in relation to governance in the post-2015 context. Young people will be empowered to influence the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals at their national level in the years to come. Released by ActionAid, British Youth Council, Plan UK and Restless Development, March 2015.
Created by Restless Development and Plan UK, this toolkit explains why and how young people can be involved in governance and accountability processes and supports young people to build an advocacy plan so that they can influence the post-2015 development process. It has been created to be used in conjunction with a report by Overseas Development Institute, Restless Development and Plan UK called ‘Partners for Change. Youth and Governance in a Post-2015 World’ (September 2014).
In collaboration with UNAIDS, Restless Development is developing a range of resources to support youth-led organisations and young advocates take action as part of the ACT!2015 initiative. We have launched this Advocacy Toolkit to support youth-led organisations to design their own national-level advocacy strategy, to influence national delegations engaged in the inter-governmental phase of Post 2015.
Toolkit designed to facilitate conversations with young people around the world on the subject of the Post-2015 development framework.
This module is designed for our Volunteer Peer Educators as part of our Out of school based intervention covering Young People & Health and Civic Participation & Governance to impact young people.
South Africa, 2013
Tanzania, 2013 (IN SWAHILI)